Looking at

2017.

200 x 80 x 80 cm.

aluminium sheets, blind rivets, bolts, nuts, washers.

Looking at presents an analysis of social segregation, questioning the essence of our contemporary societal system.

The work is inspired by a text written by the artist Looking at (click to read). It reflects on the origin and the built-up of the artist’s self-segregation in the urban context.


The sculpture presents a systematic construction build on and from an outdated construction, while already reaching to start a new process of construction.

It intents to question the necessity of a systematic structure to build from the destruction of another one.

Photo credit: Alessandra Sormani