Room with some views. Interlude. is an exhibition designed as a meantime, a between-place. Two rooms for a situation playing with the Bataille’s notion of eroticism: the approval of life into death. The first room quite explicitly evokes a tomb: a perfectly symmetrical and orderly arrangement. The second room displays two sculptures which look like seats (or stones, or graves) placed in front of a curtain of red satin. This set is somewhere between an antechamber, a funeral room, a theater stage, a backroom.