The entrance to a house is an oft-frequented yet seldom-considered space. Rite, as its name suggests, is a 'ritualistic object'. It is a mirror, a tableau, with two hooks arranged on a wooden rail; it attaches to the wall to free up space at ground level. It could be described as 'objects in a state of movement'. It is up to the user to determine the position of the hooks on the rail, according to his or her habits, morning or evening ritual or even desires.
Support in solid American walnut, on which slide 3 hooks (2 in walnut + 1 in lavender blue lacquer), 1 mirror and 1 matt black lacquered tablet with a garment hook.