The Thinking Reed
An installation for Kedelhallen, by Inge Tranter and Meile Sposmanyte :
The Thinking Reed is a site-specific installation created for Kedelhallen, Nordkraft in Aalborg. The installation is located in the glass partitions covering what used to be coal shafts in the former power station.
Philosophy and Winnie the Pooh
Volunteers participated in a recorded reading of the works of respectively Blaise Pascal and A.A Milne and their responses to the texts were filmed and is now shown on the screens. For the Pascal text participants were asked to enter the room one at a time, but for the Milne there were no restrictions on how many people could be in the room listening to the text at one time.
The results are projected onto the bases of the coal shafts and show a surprising range of responses and connections – not least in the form of virtual connections to people outside the rooms via mobile media.
|04/07/2012 - 01/07/2013||Monday - Sunday||-|
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