Public space temporary installations in a civic courtyard
A gazeebo placed in the middle of the new Nicosian City Hall. The installation utilizes the idea of a confined and uncomfortable space in relation to satirizing the current political climate in Cyprus. The visitor enters the installation to be met by the rotating watch-like gears, every rotation represents a second since the 1960 independence of the island. The visitor is met by a metal box, a piece of paper and black chalk, allowing him/her/other to pass a one-word comment upon the present-day dogmas of Cypriot political culture.