Stephan Freivogel, Where you can see it all the time, 2010.
I like the idea of a random object, which you might have had for a long time, liking it for certain qualities but eventually not knowing why it is that you possess it. Through habit it will be one of those things you would only notice if it were inadvertently removed by someone else. One day, when you come home, still fiercely thinking about something you saw outside during the day, your eyes fall on it pushing your thoughts where they’ve never been before. This random object is where you can see it all the time.
Ecole de physique, 24, Quai Ernest-Ansermet, Geneva
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