Upon entering the room, you will find a couch, a couple of armchairs and a coffee table, and a large rectangular wooden table topped by a cut of glass, with six chairs around it. On the table might be a laptop, sheets of papers, books or some leftovers of what could have been a dinner. Carved into the surface of the table, beneath the glass, are two display boxes. A regular living room.
The Table Museum is a micro art space. Every month, an artist is invited to show her or his artwork in the two empty display boxes carved in our living-room table. The artist chooses what and how to exhibit. We live with it for thirty days. The table remains a table with all its regular functions. Every month opens with a dinner with the artist and his or her guests.