Asse se Sassè

Asse se Sassè

Asse se sassè is about the struggle that I experience with my cultural background as intercountry adopted child (from Haiti) and it shows the journey to my cultural identity in an abstract way. A search for cultural identity Living between two worlds creates a certain cultural instability. Can a new self-created reality provide the stability that’s missing? The struggle that takes place during this quest is visualised by deforming the monobloc chair. A chair that normally provides support is now unstable and damaged by crushing.