French artist Benedetto Bufalino has created a tennis court apartment as part of an installation for the Interface Gallery in Dijon, France.
The former apartment has been transformed with the use of a little artificial grass, white lines and a net that's been draped across the doorframe. The installation certainly gives new meaning to "indoor tennis," and perhaps will encourage viewers to participate in a match or two.
The makeshift, domestic tennis court is partially obstructed by protruding walls, making the game a little harder. The artist explains, "Players must find a way to carefully manipulate themselves and the tennis ball throughout the space, paying special attention to domestic objects strewn about, like radiators and windows."
Benedetto Bufalino Transforms an Apartment into a Tennis Court
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