Palais de Tokyo
paper tape, architecture
3.650 m. paper tape (73 rolls)
3 days performance
DO DISTURB, Palais de Tokyo, Paris, FR - 2016
superposition is a performative installation in which I slowly cover spaces, by applying paper tape’s strips horizontally, in order to obtain a thin and uniform membrane covering them completely. It is a slow and repetitive action which develops from the bottom to the top, simulating the movement of a printer and questioning time, space, context and artistic work as a social and economic practice.
This performative installation is activated each day, for all day, and lasts as long as the duration of the exhibition in which it is exhibited.