Play Date, installation view, backerstrasse4 Gallery, Vienna, 2015
Site-specific installation, inkjet print on adhesive vinyl, 16 x 18.5 feet, bench 15 ‘, 2015
“Play Date” is site-specific photomural mapped onto the gallery wall and bench. It critiques the American obsession with safety and shows a makeshift playground built inside the artist’s home. A group of kids are depicted playing with materials considered “dangerous”: mud, fire, raw wood, and rope. The installation presents an absurd image of “free-play” at home. This work was presented at bäckerstrasse4 Gallery, Vienna, Austria, 2015.