In Things Fall Apart All Over Again, three artists employ strategies of construction, destruction, and transformation to explore the architectural structure of the house. Using everyday materials, Carlos Bunga, Heather Rowe, and Michael Sailstorfer build elaborate site-specific installations.
Bunga constructs a huge cardboard house, which he then collapses through strategic cuts. Rowe creates mock rooms in the interstices of makeshift walls. Sailstorfer’s video (in collaboration with Jürgen Heinert) shows a wooden house consuming itself.