It's a experimental project about hidden private space and the exposed public space. We know only one part of facade wall, its inner part is not accessible for us. More and more often the borders between those two spaces are blurred. Often we balance between them. Sometimes we’re looking in like a voyeur by a small hole, or as a flaneur, we treat city as a space inside. What happens to the space when it’s snatched out of context? What kind of situation we’re creating? The construction of unconfirmed information about what is happening behind the wall facade introduces both chaos and forces us to stop, to think about, make some reflexions.

First part of this project was made as intervantion in public space in Leipzig Lindenau and was a part of exhibition in Praline OffSpace in Leipzig, September, 2011. This exhibition had the collective part - a wall, and the individual artworks.
[Praline, Lützner Str.39, 04177 Leipzig]
"This international group exhibition examines the issues of the private and public space in such an exhibit hall, which is strongly reflected. This 15qm building is covered outside and inside by wood panel, which is isolated with a street-side window. The artists react with a collective work for the emerging issues. With the interchange of the spaces, the street become a private place and the interior develop to public space. The interior place of the galery is divided with a wall, like the orginal covering of the exhibition space. It means, that the view from outside to inside is only resulted a wall. Separeted and connected. Inside and outside. Private and public. Entering to the place, behind the wall, we can see some individual artworks of the international artists, More precisely, we can not see any of the already created works, only just imprints about them. The individual artworks, which only exist as a documentation there, become more personal with this presentemnt." Nora Feigl (HU)

wtorek, 4 października 2011


Architecture is basically a container of something.
I hope they will enjoy not so much the teacup, but the tea.
Yoshio Taniguchi

Building comes alive with letting first human being inside. But here I should pose a question:
the type of inhabitant and the type of facade wall, are they linked however?
Has facade wall some info / traces about all people who live behind?
We realize what type of facade has our own house?
We can draw it, describe it?
Is the facade wall important for its inhabitants?

Please see those photos below.
On the left, there is view for facade wall from a distance, on the right - on the detail - interior.
So what's behind that fasade wall?
This is what on the photograph of interior?
Is this photo of interior allows us to look inside?
Can we see inside the private interior or offered for rent or sale?
Can we see the private items inside or is it some kind of fixed scenery?

intervention_photos_part III

wtorek, 27 września 2011

walls of leipzig

Some walls - the facade walls - of Leipzig.
What we can find inside those buildings if we could enter?
Is there anybody inside? In Leipzig, it's no so obvious.
The homes which look like abandoned, can be inhabited also.
And vice versa...

niedziela, 25 września 2011


32, female, architect, origin: spain, live: rotterdam, netherlands


57, female, teacher, origin: poland, live: gdańsk, poland //
53, male, driving lessons teacher, origin: poland, live: gdańsk, poland