The Last Sunday
[small warehouse in the yard of the festival club]
The building in which I realised the installation had three interesting, in my opinion, contexts: nobody knew what it was used for, nobody paid any attention to this ruined object (in spite of the proximity to a known club), and its existence was supposed to finish two days after the SURVIVAL review – hence the title, which also emphasises the parasentimental character of the installation. After dusk the work ‘took over’ the yard of the festival club, magnetically attracting attention and manifesting, for the last time, the physical existence of the building.
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