CABIN/ET Postcard 01, 2009


The recycled shipping container bears the scars of its trans-global drift, perched on four specially made ornamental cast iron pedestals. Inside over the summer it has been gradually lined with Douglas Fir, that also makes up furniture, shelves and seats, making a slow transition from container to cabin, from transition to location.

Conversely it makes reference to the ‘Cabinet of Curiosities’ – the 18c proto museums that sought to represent new colonial territories with often spurious artefacts. CABIN/ET has been a contemporary 'Cabinet of Curiosities' for a number of installations over the summer exploring a physical and psychological landscapes.

See VENUE for current location.

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