This work on the verge of design and architecture was commissioned by the Institute specifically for the exhibition.
The installation explores the aspects that distinguish a “vacation home” from an ordinary home. Traditional planes and right angles are flattened and distorted, the building is given an almost sculptural form, with the help of which the opposition of these two concepts is played out. "Vacation home" is the personification of escapism, and in this case, vacation is a means to avoid, at least for a short time, the routine of everyday life.
The interaction of reality and "potentiality" is embodied at several levels, defined by the concepts of collective memory and phenomenological perception.
The complete absence of decor attracts the attention of the viewer moving through the installation to the peculiarities of its interior space. Lighting depends on climate, season and time of day. Thus, the concept of time as such becomes more blurred during vacation, when a person drops out of the usual schedule of weekdays and focuses on the reality around him.