Besides defining my private space (my atelier and living quarters ) this installation fixed the unstable balances between rock compositions.
During my hikes in the mountains, I had gathered rocks formed by natural processes. Then in my atelier they took my compositional and arranged formations however very sensitive and unstable.
In the " white cube" of the Barg gallery, I made an eden garden of stone from these rock formations. In the entrance of the garden there was a long piece of canvas, a portrait of sky, all the way from the floor to the ceiling. It engulfed the jackal box, which functioned as a door to perception. This installation was cmposed of more than 60 fixed rock formations and 2 collaged wall pieces. At the same time I exposed 30 pieces of collages in another wing of the gallery.