Assocreation

Red Carpet

Installation. Street brooms with red bristles and rubber bands.

Street broom heads are arranged upside-down on the floor and held together by rubber bands to form a red carpet. It can be walked on and rolled up like a conventional carpet.

At first glance, these inverted broom heads – this red carpet – call to mind a decidedly social ambience. Yet this impression is completely thwarted once one begins to walk over the long, red bristles. The broom carpet not only invites us to take a new stance, by its very nature it forces us to explore new gaits.

2007

Red Carpet. Installation. Group exhibition “Agorafolly artist trail”, Europalia 07. Place des Palais / Paleizenplein, Brussels (BE).

Red Carpet. Installation, 2007. Group exhibition “Agorafolly artist trail”, Europalia 07. Place des Palais / Paleizenplein, Brussels (BE). Photo: Assocreation.

Place des Palais / Paleizenplein, Brussels (BE). Photo: Assocreation.

Red Carpet. Installation, 2007. Group exhibition “Agorafolly artist trail”, Europalia 07. Place des Palais / Paleizenplein, Brussels (BE). Photo: Assocreation.

Place des Palais / Paleizenplein, Brussels (BE). Photo: Assocreation.

Place des Palais / Paleizenplein, Brussels (BE). Video: Assocreation.

 2006

Red Carpet. Installation. Group exhibition “Knock Knock Picnic”,Jack The Pelican Presents Gallery. Driggs Av., Williamsburg, Brooklyn, New York City, NY (US).

Red Carpet. Installation, 2006. Group exhibition “Knock Knock Picnic”, Jack The Pelican Presents Gallery. Brooklyn, New York City, NY (US). Photo: Assocreation.

Brooklyn, New York City, NY (US). Photo: Assocreation.

Red Carpet. Installation, 2006. Group exhibition “Knock Knock Picnic”, Jack The Pelican Presents Gallery. Brooklyn, New York City, NY (US). Photo: Assocreation.

Brooklyn, New York City, NY (US). Photo: Assocreation.