100% intersubjective space: Italian Brown Pink Lake 2011 first appeared in Space you can't sit on: The space in Today at the Gail Hastings Exhibition Studio, Sydney, in 2011. 100% intersubjective space: Italian Brown Pink Lake is one of two in the limited edition 100% intersubjective space. The artwork's medium includes watercolour, lead pencil on paper and a black frame, and comprises of two components measuring, overall, 60 x 122 cm. 100% intersubjective space: Italian Brown Pink Lake is in a private collection: Sydney, 2011.
ENCYCLOPAEDIA OF 100% INTERSUBJECTIVE SPACE MADE OF 9.75% STARES AT 90.25% COLOUR
Four strangers live in four corner rooms. Unbeknownst to each other, each shares an Italian-Brown-Pink-Lake, Old-Delft-Blue, Brilliant-Pink and Cadmium-Orange watercolour in a black frame. They are unknown to each other, yet not alone.
- 30% of B’s Italian-oriental crockery the colour of Old-Delft-Blue, remains in the cupboard unused.
- 8% this summer, A will wear an Italian-Brown-Pink-Lake coloured T-shirt kept in this chest of drawers
- 27.5% of the time while away, C regrets leaving the grey and Brilliant-Pink tartan travel rug at home, folded on the back of a chair
- 24.5% of Freud’s ‘Interpretation of Dreams’ remains unread, so D leaves a Penguin edition with a spine the colour of Cadmium-Orange on a side table next to the couch