Occupying the Third Space

What would happen if one designed for the unexpected? An unpleasant state which usually operates in the unknown. We are not familiar with it because we crave comfort and rational surroundings. In an attempt to design a physical representation of this irrational space, we envisioned a wall
A wall creates comfortable surroundings. But can a wall itself be considered comfortable? By entering a space that is not designed for human interaction nor the comfort of maintaining prolonged conversation, we begin to uncover a third space. The interior of a wall is a space only thought of in terms of enhancing our pleasure on the exterior. As we enter this undesigned compartment, we blur and dissociate the boundary in which the function of a wall is programmed to do.

Jesse Calderon

Critic: Lu Heintz

2017 — Frogtown, Los Angeles