From Old English, sceadan, scadan, “to separate, divide”. A shed is supposed to hide and shelter something or someone, and thus to separate it from everything else. Sheen Shed is a translucent shed that does not completely hide whoever enters it nor the images inside, but creates a physical and metaphysical divide between the inside of the expanded painting — the shed, a place of fantastical escapism — and the outside world.
Installation composed of spray-painted semi-transparent polyester fabric suspended on wood, enclosing three oil on canvas paintings.
Variable dimensions (painted fabric 200x150cm each, canvases 50x50cm each)