Twin Peaks / Grand Palais / Bern

The American television series Twin Peaks, created by David Lynch and Mark Frost between 1990 and 1991, constitutes the starting point for the exhibition in Grand Palais Bern.

The principle of doubling, which runs as a common thread throughout the whole film equipment and architecture, is dealt with in this work by using sculptures and stained glass panels.

I first isolated the black-and-white zigzag floor pattern from the “Red Room“
and transformed it into a sculpture. This abstract representation is carried out in the stained glass panels, on which the twin mountains, symbolizing the fictional town of Twin Peaks, are engraved in an
abstract form.