Flaghouse Room #2, 2016

Tracey Snelling (Oakland,California, 1970) lives and works in Berlin.

“Through the use of sculpture, video, installation and performance, I give my impression of a place, its people and their experience. Often, the cinematic image is distinguished from the real life that takes place behind the windows of buildings, sometimes creating a sense of mystery, other times emphasizing the banal. My work comes from voyeurism, film noir and geographical and architectural location. Within this idea of position, the themes develop around a particular inhabited place: Who lives here? What do they do and why?”
Tracey Snelling

This artwork was exhibited during the Metropolis exhibition at Studio la Città in 2019.

Flaghouse Room #2, 2016
Wall piece, wood, paint, lights, LCD screen, media player, speaker, transformer
cm 18 x 35 x 24


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