Face Off, - 2012
As a mute dialogue between two buildings, Kirsty Tinkler's project ‘Face Off’ is based on the notion of how society is reflected in its architecture. The facade of the building and its typical Victorian bay window is reproduced as both mirror and architectural folly; the mise en scene creates a spectacular game in which the audience is an essential part: to be inside and outside of the building at the same time.
- from WW gallery press release.
Commissioned by WW Gallery as part of the Patio Projects series.
290cm x 190cm x 130cm
Timber, cardboard, latex, rope, eyelits
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Architecture & environment