Pavilion experiment (2018) w/ Marie Dhaese
curated by Hilde Borgermans
While a lot of people live with a slumbering fear for their privacy -in the light of the accelerating technological evolutions-, we are often to dependent on social media, computers and cellphones to confront this fear.
For three days we lived in a glass pavilion and gave up our privacy. By photographing each other obsessively, instantly print said photographs and sticking them to the windows we tried to obstruct the direct gaze of the passersby with a self-constructed image, reclaim our privacy and find out more about this paradox.