“Limite ignorado” project pt. 1: The absinthe bar

“Limite ignorado”: This was a cool project! I rented an old house for 3 months in the city, where i lived. The house was about to be demolished afterwards. So I was free to break down walls, break through floors, sculpt and paint, without having to worry about rebuilding it all.

With a small team we organized a vernissage, partys in the basement and lots of funny evenings with sound and good food.

Here some fotos of the dispersion and paste wallpainting – “green chamber”, in which the absinthebar (!) was located.

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2 thoughts on ““Limite ignorado” project pt. 1: The absinthe bar

  1. Pingback: “Limite ignorado” project pt. 2: The kings chamber | Jan Eichenberger

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