size vary (in-situ installation)
Japanese red pine (akamatsu)**_
Ma_** (間); Japanese word derrived from chinese as one square “_ken_” (measure), as concrete real space. Or “gap”, “space”, “pause” or “the space between two structural parts. The latter is a consciousness of place or interval obtained through intensification of its perception.
The installations draws upon architectual features situated between exclusion and inclusion within the architecture it is part of. Structures as scaffolding are infused with archaic stylistic elements and build up in response to site specificity..