We can’t go home again. Michel Rein, Paris, 2013 Courtesy of the artist and Michel Rein, Paris/Brussels © Florian Kleinefenn.

We Can’t Go Home Again

January 2015

Didier Faustino’s ambiguities
Crossing over between art and architecture and back again, using carpet in a way that resembles empty suits of armour, Faustino plays with the junction between the individual and the collective body, intimating a reference to the way that spaces are interpreted. The French artist very much likes to create effects that guide our judgement of anxiety, embarrassment, perplexity, and paradoxical contemplation. **Read all in DAMnº48**