Carnival at the end of the World


This installation offers a glimpse into a post-apocalyptic future where mutants produce a simplified version of our civilization. This thought experiment imagines a society that is in constant play and flux where notions of progress, surplus and any dominant narratives are banned as unsustainable. Like the paintings of Bosch and Bruegel, Carnival at the End of the World is a morality tale, a hyperbolic representation of our lives, as they are or might be.


Installation View of "The Town"

The Town is a community of animal-human hybrids working, playing and rebuilding their world after the collapse of their previous society.

Fixing the Tower

One of the creatures fixing the lookout.

The Carnival House

An abandoned Carnival house is rebuilt as a living space in the new world.

Detail from "The Town"

View of the clothes line.

Detail from "The Town"

Animal-human hybrid enjoying time sitting on a roof. Perhaps on look-out.