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Maria Baoli (Brussels) “Kaleidoscopic”
 This series questions the limits between public and private spheres: the mirror, an element traditionally belonging to an intimate space- such as the bathroom- is placed outdoors. On one hand this intervention enables to interact with the urban landscape and on the other hand the reflection on the mirror reveals an extension of the inside realm. It messes with the viewer’s preconceptions about ordinary places, thus, these spaces are a playground to experiment and transform the atmosphere with a simple object.
leslieseuffert:

Maria Baoli (Brussels) “Kaleidoscopic”
 This series questions the limits between public and private spheres: the mirror, an element traditionally belonging to an intimate space- such as the bathroom- is placed outdoors. On one hand this intervention enables to interact with the urban landscape and on the other hand the reflection on the mirror reveals an extension of the inside realm. It messes with the viewer’s preconceptions about ordinary places, thus, these spaces are a playground to experiment and transform the atmosphere with a simple object.
leslieseuffert:

Maria Baoli (Brussels) “Kaleidoscopic”
 This series questions the limits between public and private spheres: the mirror, an element traditionally belonging to an intimate space- such as the bathroom- is placed outdoors. On one hand this intervention enables to interact with the urban landscape and on the other hand the reflection on the mirror reveals an extension of the inside realm. It messes with the viewer’s preconceptions about ordinary places, thus, these spaces are a playground to experiment and transform the atmosphere with a simple object.
leslieseuffert:

Maria Baoli (Brussels) “Kaleidoscopic”
 This series questions the limits between public and private spheres: the mirror, an element traditionally belonging to an intimate space- such as the bathroom- is placed outdoors. On one hand this intervention enables to interact with the urban landscape and on the other hand the reflection on the mirror reveals an extension of the inside realm. It messes with the viewer’s preconceptions about ordinary places, thus, these spaces are a playground to experiment and transform the atmosphere with a simple object.
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My problem is that I want commitment but, at the same time I’m afraid of commitment.
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