Rachel Rom

In April 2013, Christoph Tannert invited me to exhibit at Künstlerhaus Bethanien in Berlin. I created four echoing installations for the huge space: Echo, Vector, Remanence and Nucleus.

Six months later, I created a mise en abîme of the show in the Galerie E.G.P’s much smaller space in Paris. I used the Berlin exhibition views to create a "trompe-l’oeil" space where the four installations became a 2D wallpaper image. I decontextualized the actual pieces of work and transformed them into a sculptural pile of material in the middle of the room, the space itself then becoming a piece of art.