Code 9 is an installation consisting of vertical stripes of black and white tissue paper suspended from the ceiling, rhythmically arranged in pairs, in two rows, at regular intervals. These rows are far enough from each other to create a transition/path between them, designated additionally by belts of earth spilled under each one of them. The installation annexes the interior of the exhibition hall, heavily intervenes into it, but also assumes the freedom of space circulation between different elements. [N. Cieślak]


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