2012 - 2013.
The inhabitant of the FARGO HOUSE directs the flow of tables, chairs, lamps and other domestic objects through the matrix of the dwelling space. These elements enter the front door as independent functional units, but, over time, they rebel against the autonomy of use and embrace the unity of aggregated form. As objects nest within one another, the scale of the house merges with that of the miniature. The resulting constructions hint at new hybridized dwellings and other unstable micro-structures.