installation of 12 panels, printed textile, wood
Dazzling Letters is a juxtaposition of security patterns in mailing envelopes and Dazzle, a military camouflage. This camouflage was not intended to conceal but rather to disrupt the view of the observer. It soon became obsolete after WWI because of a new detection technique: the radar. Just like the envelope has given way to e-mail.
The installation horizontally divides the space into two and provides the opportunity to watch without being seen, forming a kind of inverted screen that hides the face of the visitor.