Panorama Parking, oil paint on fiberglass strips and metal, 250 x 500 cm diameter, 2015

 

The title of this work, Panorama Parking, is inspired by one of the two buildings built in Brussels to exhibit painted panoramas in the late 19th century.

The function of the space has evolved to become now a parking. Nevertheless, the circular architecture is still the same and the panoramic point of view remains for a possible today’s spectator.

This circular painting is a representation of the current appearance of the space.
As a negative picture, the panorama display is reversed to be exhibited in another space, shifting the eyes moves to the body moves in the exhibition space.