fabric, foam, rollers, audio, vibration
Interactive installation, 2020
A different spatial perspective on surrounding environments and new physical sensitivities to enable a differentiated perception. Maybe It allow the unfamiliar to move closer and sink into something soft, to invite one to arrive, to let one in, to stretch out, to sink into themselves and to become part of what is around them. It is to make quiet listening and soft gazes of viewing the new way works of art are registered, explored and understood. It represents the nurturing effect that art as a consumer good can reveal to the visitor/consumer, and addresses the moment of a person‘s very first consumption.