‘bahraini—danish’, an establishment that uses cultural differences as a means to create, are exhibiting a still life of artifacts bridging the scales of architecture and furniture.
The House by bahraini–danish
In their installation, models, furniture and useful objects are placed next to, on top of, or behind one another. Together, all artifacts, present themselves as a sort of still life; a place in between a city and a living room. Trying to determine the scale of the artifact and what it pretends to be, one would ask is it a model? Furniture? Or architecture?
‘bahraini—danish’ exists in both A'ali and Copenhagen and is named after the many historical encounters between Denmark and Bahrain especially in archaeology, architecture, and dairy production.