First realised at Matt’s Gallery, London in 1989, ‘She came in Through the Bathroom Window’ is a site-specific intervention involving removal of a section of the gallery’s window. The displaced window was joined to a metal armature clothed in folded, rubberized fabric that protruded into the interior of the gallery, taking up most of its space, and outward from the exterior. Purchased by the Weltkunst Foundation Collection, the work could be realized at another site with the artist’s input. It is documented in an extensive archive; including a number of works on paper and maquettes.
|Credit Line||IMMA Collection: Loan, Weltkunst Foundation, 1995|
|Item Number||L.589 LW|
Please note this is archive content and may not display optimally.
Welcome to IMMA. Our website may not work correctly in your browser. We only support IE 10+ (PC only), Chrome 60+, Firefox 55+, Safari (9+ Mac / 5+ PC).