An arena is built.
The crowd is split between timber islands on the floor and the raised levels of an unexpected structure: an industrial scaffold, floating on top of the archipelagos’ remnants.
As the scaffold cuts through the islands, a strong contraction of space is achieved generating a perfect square plan.
Dichotomy is the rule: the gentle curves of timber islands below, whilst above the harsh industrial geometries of black metal scaffolding.
Intimacy is the consequence: models walk along a perfect geometry on soft black carpet, closely surrounded by audience scattered through the height of the room.
Between a prison camp and a contemporary theater, the installation forces an intense relationship between the dense mass of the crowd and the guarded model: woman is at the center of the scene.