Construction wood, OSB boards, desk, chair, printer, paper, monitor
1,9 x 3,4 x 2,2 m
The installation is based on the Frankfurt kitchen, designed by Margrethe Schütte-Lehotsky in 1928. The kitchen was so efficient in it’s design, that it ultimately led to more time for women to spend working out of the house. The project looks at the connections between male and female architecture.
Made for «Gentle Actions» and the habitat called «Making a Living» at Kunstnernes hus, Oslo.
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