|- toshihiro komatsu home||Adjoining Spaces||隣接する空間|
|- Works||2000 - 2001|
|view into periscope at Queens Museumof Art
Exhibition Tiffany: Behind the Glass is on view behind the wall.
|view into vertical periscope at Queens Museum of Art
Exhibition Tiffany: Behind the Glass is on view at the lower galleries.
In the exhibition Adjoining Spaces (2000-2001) at Queens Museum, the periscopes hollowed out and penetrated through the exhibition wall, and valiantly interfered with the museum’s photograph collections shown in another gallery room on the second floor, questioning the system of museums. The work magnificently extended the audience's gaze into multiple directions and towards another exhibition room located behind itself. Other periscopes were also vertically mounted on the opposite side of the exhibition room, and allowed viewers to peek into the exhibition space on the lower floor. My intervention allowed two completely unrelated exhibitions on view at the museum to be visually connected, beyond its physical constraints of the architecture.