Husk Mit Navn
Silk screen print (1 of 4), 50 cm x 70 cm, 2013.
Made for The Standard, edition of 5.
Unfold‘s Installation Felis Domesticus originated from the wallpaper found in their temporary apartments child’s room which featured cats and cat stickers, and so the story unfolds. Cats are very attached to their habitat and even return to a previous habitat. In Felis Domesticus (Latin for domestic cat) the roll between host and guest is reversed, visitors are guest in a giant cats habitat.
The Installation consists of five rooms: The child’s room where you can find traces of the girls cat collection. In the master bedroom you will find a giant 3.5 meter felt cat sleeping, visitors can sit on the cats lap for one time (sweet revenge). The bathroom has a small video projection of a cat drinking from the dripping tap. In the main room stands a table with a child’s suitcase, inside there is a scale model of the room you are standing in and on the bottom a video of a cat playing with wool, the wool extends into the room and forms a text. The last room contains remains of the cats diner, lasercut porcelain skeletons of birds and mice.
“Snappy Tom has had enough of simply watching lint fly past his inquisitive eyes, he has decided that his trusty lomo camera will capture his memories for cat years to come. He would love to hang out on your wall!
Open edition print, on 200gsm watercolour art paper. A4 print, ready for a frame of your choosing
Each print is hand signed on the front and dated on the back.”