VILLE is all about places and people, simultaneously. The exhibition features paintings on canvas and paper, and waterlily orbs of glass.
It’s a sweltering day and the house can barely take it.
There are mountains here, and a pink sky at sunset. By the shore lies an abandoned house, and palms and low bushes grow nearby.
The sea appears odd.
One building has a circular room in the middle of it from where you can set off in any direction.
Another room lies empty, only a woven Gobelin on the floor with images of geese, pheasants and swans – all this to show the property.
In the park is a bulb-shaped tree. On a night flight a hint of frozen landscapes.
The lights should be off.
A night room – trees swaying in the wind, and a beach house – a pond in the middle of the expanse.
Pictures of people alive, and each room has pictures.