Rotating Kitchen: Artist Turns an Entire Room Upside Down

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Call it arsty, pretentious or pointless if you will … but like the scene of a multi-car crash there is something morbidly fascinating about watching an entire room turned upside down, spilling its contents slowly (at first – then quickly) all over the place.

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A steady spin cycle takes this rather drab and cluttered kitchen-in-a-box from right-side up to upside down (then even further around) over the space of ten minutes. Some things fall quickly while others (like the ceiling light) twist and turn before finally breaking.

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Not to oversimplify, Zeger Reyers works at the intersection of natural processes and man-made forms – allowing erosion and time to reclaim objects in some cases while simulating environmental objects or forces of nature in others.

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