Installation view, Henie Onstadt Museum, Oslo. Photograph by Øystein Thorvaldsen / HOK.  

Installation view, Henie Onstadt Museum, Oslo. Photograph by Øystein Thorvaldsen / HOK.  

Installation view, Henie Onstadt Museum, Oslo. Photograph by Øystein Thorvaldsen / HOK.  

Installation view, Stroom Den Haag, The Hague. Photograph by Stuart Whipps.  

Installation view, Stroom Den Haag, The Hague. Photograph by Stuart Whipps.  

Installation view, Stroom Den Haag, The Hague. Photograph by Stuart Whipps.  

Average Spatial Compositions
(2015)

The installation charts the continued pursuit for the mysterious furniture-like object that appears in the only surviving photograph of Wladyslaw Strzeminski’s Neoplastic Room in Museum Sztuki, Lódz, Poland, from 1948. A sequence of objects and constructions establish possible relations to a missing original. Each one is the result of a ways to study, or approach something, a body of knowledge: the study of its context –in baubaubau – the casting of its presence –in Spatial Composition 11 (to John Tilbury)– the configuration of it position – in Neoplastic (to David Bussel)– the survey of its form through a series of reconstructions in its possible variations – in Spatial Composition 3 to 10 –and finally merging these studies and constructions into a possible average –in Average Spatial Composition 1 & 2.