In this project the hut is not used as housing. It is a cramped one-person space. The window that usually frames an ideally beautiful space is open here onto a non-place: the sky.
The inside is blue all over, it looks like the sky is invading the hut. The walls don’t seem to separate us from the outside but to submerge us in it. The eyes calmed down by the colour blue give way to the other senses, especially the hearing. External sounds also give a depth to this confined space. This work is about the obliteration of the landscape as a picture and aesthetic object to give way to an experience of imagination.