In my closet
Curated by Like A Little Disaster
These days we are all hidden in our houses. In this particular moment, home could have a new
definition and become a trap that takes us away from the view of others. Hiding is an ancient game.
Children hide to find their freedom, to build their identity, to exercise their imagination. It is an
unconscious need to allow the discovery of the autonomy, to be beyond the mother and recognize
In this moment I'm hiding In
the house where I have a beautiful closet. When closed it looks like a
room door. In fact, before the advent of the virus, when friends came to visit me, everyone asked:
"where do you go from that door?" and I always replied "But no, nowhere, it's a close
Now inside of that closet I want to create a world of dreams and nightmares. I want to hide myself
in it to escape from the house trap with my only weapon: the imagination. My focus is
intellectual crossroads: our solitude and our isolation, in thi
s historical moment, are part of a project
of enormous social cohesion. The process of psychic development of children who are hiding, could
have an analogy with the psychic development given by our current condition: the understanding of
existing beyond others, hiding to be found.
The act of hiding has a close link between the hidden object and the external world, it is an action
that born with a relationship between two or more entities. To hide inevitably involves the act of
find and makes you feel the
absence of someone or something.
The project is a game
installation in the closet. Photographic documentation is expected.
photoes will be shot in different time because the game practice inside the closet create variations
and new connections bet