In 2004, Wolfgang Laib dug a wax chamber in nature, near his workshop in Hochdorf, Germany. Then he created one, vaulted like a Romanesque chapel, for the Phillips Collection museum in Washington.

In 2009, for the gallery owner Gian Enzo Sperone, a new wax chamber was made in an old house in the village of Sent in Switzerland.

The last – a radiating corridor over 40 meters long and 5 meters high – was born in 2014 in Barjac (Gard), in the property of her friend, the artist Anselm Kiefer, in her underground labyrinth populated with works haunted by the Shoah.

A final bedroom,small as an oratory, is being planned in the Nepalese mountain.


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