A permanently open window is Jason Dodge’s first permanent installation.
The project was conceived for an abandoned industrial space, now transformed into a commercial outlet, adjacent to the Maramotti Collection, in Reggio Emilia.
Realized in what was once the tower of a factory’s electrical power plant, the work consists of three elements: a permanently opened window at the summit of the tower (as an appropriation of everything that appertains to the air), two cedarwood doors sequentially in line with one another (as a double threshold for a possible passage of bodies made of air), and a sculpture titled Alphabet.
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