Observing the broken, dismantled, shattered, marginal, incomplete, dissuasive, mixed, glued, unseparated, unaesthetic, unexplained, thrown away and discarded material.
" On the blank adjoining" is a book that explores the "garbage".
When a central question accompanies his research - how do we classify something as valuable or worthless, what is sublime and what is garbage?
This book seeks to disrupt the order, it weaves within it a research process that invites us to confront the banal meanings that organize our lives, to question the classification schemes (patterns and cultural structures) that give objects their meaning, and to draw our attention to the automatic nature of everyday life.
The book presents my search in the public space and how I was led by the subject of this study.
* Guidance: Dana Gaz