The title of the work refers to Roald Dahl’s adaptation of the rhyme “Mary, Mary, Quite Contrary*”, in which a short conversation about a garden and its flourishing takes place. The infinity installation transfers the nature of a garden as fragmentary drawing into the urban space: wild, raw, reduced, irregular and at the same time delicately grows one line next to the other.
* Roald Dahl: Rhyme Stew, Jonathan Cape, London 1989.
Acryl, aluminum, mirror glass, LED
4128 x 2456 x 150 cm; 3988 x 2450 x 150 cm
Digital drawings on acryl, 70×100 cm, color