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"A House is not a Home"
Wood, grass, paint
They seduce us with the ideal of a perfect home.
In a manipulative way Vansteenkiste plays with attraction and repulsion in this and he shows a basic duality between desire and reality.
The idyllic image of the perfect house attracts us that each of us longs for the "perfect" home.
Here, however, this house is a means that threatens to confine us in our own desire. Vansteenkiste brings in his house traps also a small tribute to the American artist Mike Kelley, whose ancestral home was a model for one of the houses.
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