Things are better than people.
People leave people. Objects sometimes break but are fixable. Spaces don’t abandon us. My project investigates the human/artificial relationship. It puts demand on the artifacts we choose to surround ourselves with. It looks
at home as an active participant in our lives.
I am discovering new potentiality and connectivity with my things. I want to challenge the way we inhabit our
spaces. I am creating a chance for people to connect with the artificial.
This project, however, isn’t only for lonely people or people living alone. It is for anyone who’s willing to look at “things” as coexisting partners. It is for anyone open to improve the relationship with his/her own home.