A Blurry Aftertaste

A Blurry Aftertaste focuses on the objects, activities and surfaces that belong to the domestic space, portrayed as an absurd and uncanny theatre defined by the creation of structures and the repetition of labour.

The creation and documentation of precarious structures constructed in collaboration with her family are used to identify the significance of a house emptied from its belongings, and to explore the boundaries between the family and the artist. The house becomes a place where memories can be reconstructed, where intimacy and claustrophobia exist simultaneously and becomes a space to investigate how familial and domestic relationships can be reconsidered and redefined.

Through the balancing of domestic objects, resisting gravity, their position of power and the switching of roles within the family hierarchy A Blurry Aftertaste unsettles the social order of home and family.