For group the exhibition No Scrubs, Petržalka, Bratislava, I exibited an architectural scale model made of eyeshadow-palette “replicas” in concrete, placed on the wall in a row.
In this work I was inpired by architectural scale modeling and it relation to cosmetic displays, high-rise apartment units and facade typology.
I was investigating the layout of the makeup-palette and how it mirrors the layout of the building facade and the pastel colours in Petržalka. An urban city landscape where colours and patterns are in perfect harmony. Each building communicates with its neighbour in a symphony of colour.
I was also I was looking at the interconnection of the tower blocks and how they “ideally” constitute a template for the concept of the megastructure and how it all together gives the city landscape a post-apocalyptic atmosphere
Petržalka is primarily a residential area, with most people living in blocks of flats called Paneláks, built from concrete-panels joined together to form the structure, which were widely deployed throughout the Eastern Block during thecommunist era. As the borough was built primarily as a residential area, it has no clearly defined centre