A L-shape corridor was constructed in the gallery. A light-box with the photo of a dead-end street was placed, forming an architectural element within the end of the existing space. The photo itself was an extension into public space, but also a place for contemplation.
“This sort of spatial installations engages the participation of the visitor’s body and generates additional symbolical meaning. Thus “The Dead-end Street” connects a spatial-perceptive and a performative potential of the artwork. Literally entering the artwork and walking towards the photographed dead-end street, the visitor is compelled to turn away from it, to yet again look for the exit, to think about other possibilities and alternatives of leaving the dead end.”
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