“US” is a relational object; a pillow
which connects two humans and concurrently detains them together.
The two of them make up this image and step by step it seems
that their identity fades and they are seen as one.
This object creates a symbiosis of these two people in which each one is depending on the other.
However charming and recognisable this object is in it’s appearance,
one’s feels the negative tension this object bears.
The longer these persons are sharing this intimate dialogue the more they seem to loose themselves and even suffocate each other.
“Us” tells the story about an unseen space and a social space
that is not pronounced but wears a tangible tension.