This Was Not My Dream
Suzana only thinks of the house, she is in love with it. Suzana's ex-husband cannot get it out of his mind that the new house – conceived by them both – meant the end of his marriage. The ex-husband’s jealous looks are meant for nobody else other than the straight and modern lines, 'cold, tedious and without life'.
While images pass through the architecture he distills his fear of the construction and elaborates about the new life that Suzana will be enjoying at that place.
'Where is Suzana now?' She couldn’t be in any other place except that house, where Suzana’s love is so transparent. 'This Was Not My Dream' was commissioned for the 14th Architecture Exhibition at the Venice Biennale.