This little scenario is just Lizzy on a Sunday, hanging out inside, the promise of outside looming in the background.

All the little doll-house props are made from air-drying clay, painted and sealed with acrylic varnish. Except for the little succulent in its soil and the modified printed image in the frame. This swirly image of hills was generated in Photoshop, transforming the ever-so-popular Microsoft screensaver called 'Bliss' into a muddy almost landscape. I mean jeez, Lizzy is a snake-dog in a house, surely the landscape in her world can't be the way we know hills and the sky?
final form sent to the tiny gallery!! (half-size of the first proposal)

7x15x6,5cm installation proposal for 'the tiny art gallery' in The Hague