The game of dominoes, besides its presence in more than one of Nathalie Du Pasquier’s paintings, is a metaphor for a system of associations that can be created inside a known code. Whether we are using numbers or objects, the many possible combinations can lead to success or to a blind alley. This also happens in the domestic landscape of Du Pasquier, intentionally reduced to a small range of series of everyday objects that are often repeated. An approach that is particularly evident in this latest cycle of works, where the repeated objects create a system of relationships not only in individual paintings, but also from one painting to the next, making ideal contacts, almost three-dimensional harmonious connections that involve the entire space of the gallery. And it is no coincidence that Du Pasquier has also built a real room in which real objects, objects that have been painted and small canvases oblige the viewer to “make his own moves”, to discover the relationships on his own, to enter into the spirit of the artist.