I found in a scrap window frame the solution to the stretcher I was missing. Windows have always been really interesting for me too; our connection and disconnection point to the outside. The scaffolding netting was given to me before being thrown away by some construction workers.
Scaffolding Window-blue is the first of an ongoing series. I used the marks and trades left on the netting to paint without paint. The window is enclosed: the scaffolding netting is getting back its old use, hiding what’s behind it. The artificial colour of the scaffolding netting, with its holes and marks stretched on the window frame, creates a subtle uncanny feeling of something artificial, yet dead and obsolete.