Wooded double door cast in bronze for a private sculpture park in Chateau Dravert, burgundy.
This work refers to Marcel Duchamp's 11 rue Larrey (1927). Duchamp had to use only one door for two spaces in his small Paris apartment which could close the bed room and at the same time open the bath room. In my work next to the big door a small door is built allowing only a small child to go through it. Both doors are pivoting and two monoculars inserted in the big door allow a viewer to see the whole space of the park and other art works.