Jun 22, 2021
Jun 22, 2021

No Place Like Home

No Place Like Home


Dieter Daemen

(Belgian, b. 1988)

Inkjet print

Image: 14.9 x 14.9 cm (5 7/8 x 5 7/8 in.); Paper: 22.8 x 18.3 cm (9 x 7 3/16 in.)

Transfer from Ingalls Library 2021.123

Edition: ed. 12/25


Did you know?

These trees beautify the neighborhood but also suggest an antisocial impulse.


This sculptural, dense row of bushes hides and protects a home, reflecting the urge to protect private property from outsiders. The suburban fences and hedges shot by Dieter Daemen in Europe during the European refugee crisis demonstrate how deeply the desire to create barriers and keep people at a distance is embedded in Western societies.

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Type of artwork: 
Inkjet print

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