Compressed plastic bags and nails
400 x 3.5 cm


Younes Rahmoun called this form that resembles a small bundle Kemmoussa, a form that he obtained by manually compressing plastic bags. The installation, of the same name, is composed of three straight rows measuring four meters, each with ninety-nine kemmoussa nailed onto the wall. The first row, composed of black bags, is at eye-level. The second, made with black and white striped bags is at waist-level, and the last row, comprised of white bags, is again at eye-level.

Location: Passage de l’Art, Marseille, France