“Open house” was set up in the context of a large scale group exhibition that took place in an abandoned office building. To each artist was attributed an office space to set up his work.
This piece was developed on site and materialized the desire to occupy the space with a series of objects collected from abandoned houses.
The process of setting up objects and materials and re-configuring the space contemplates the possibilities of other functions that the objects could have other than the original can be exercised, while stimulating formal contamination between them.
This kind of connections led to the presentation of a controlled atmosphere that restrained the visitor to a certain area, leaving the inaccessible parts of the room available for these connections of form and function to develop.
The visitor could choose the degree of penetrability in the open space. The wooden floor was available for stepping on and the gravel white area was instinctively off limits.