"your room"

FOR ONE DAY PRANNA WORKED IN THE CHECKROOM AT GES-2. THE NOTICEABLE AWKWARDNESS OF THE CHECKROOM WORKER'S USUAL RITUAL ATTRACTED THE ATTENTION OF VISITORS. IN THE PRESENCE OF THE ARTIST, THE FAMILIAR SPACE BECAME A PARTICIPATORY TERRITORY, WHERE THE REPETITIVE PATTERN OF INTERACTION WITH THE VISITORS REPRESENTED THE CONCEPT OF THE CHECKROOM ITSELF AS A PLACE OF ENDLESS EXCHANGE AND RETURN OF WHAT YOU GIVE FOR WHAT YOU RECEIVE. 

 

IN HER PRACTICE, THE ARTIST EXPLORES THE SOCIAL CONTEXTS THAT CONDITION THE INTERACTION BETWEEN MAN AND SPACE, AS WELL AS THE INVOLVEMENT IN THE RITUALISM OF PUBLIC SPACES.