Enclosures, 2014

KERNEL [Petros Moris, Pegy Zali, Theodoros Giannakis]

Enclosures comprises a series of sculptural works made out of metallic mesh fencing partitions that function as architectural elements. By contemplating on what is confined and what is shared, on material and symbolic structures and the elusive quality of transparency, Enclosures look at the processes of subjectivation in an age defined by networks that brought together with unprecedented diffusion the natural with the artificial, the material with the ethereal, the radical and the evolutionary with the systemic and the mundane.

Image credits: OCADU Visual Resources – Melissa Jean Clark