A. Ackermann

N° 12 Kloostri aed
         Monastery Garden

ÕHTUNE TÕUS TALLINNAS (2015)
EVENING RISE TALLINN (2015)

Anita

Teos vaatleb seost vaataja, tema keha liikumise ning ümbritseva ruumi vahel. Publik on teose juures kaaskoreograaf, sest valgusallikas on ühenduses vaataja kehaga. Kui keha on liikumises, liigub ka valgus mööda ruumi, tekitades kaleidoskoopilise efekti. Publiku kaasamine hoiab teost pidevas liikumises, andes edasi ebastabiilsuse kogemust. Oma asukoha ja liikumisega hägustab osaleja tavapäraseid seisvale objektile omistatud ruumi peegeldatava valgusega seotud reegleid.


Evening Rise Tallinn (2015) deals with the relationship between the observer, the motion of the body and its relation to others in the surrounded space. The viewer is a co-choreograph of the work, the source of light is connected to his body. When the body is in motion, the light is moving over the surroundings, forming a kaleidoscopic vision that seems to move in response to that. The participation of the viewer is mobilized for the sake of constant shifting and a basically unstable experience. According to the placement and movement, the viewer blurs the line between the physical occupation of space by an object and its ability to transform the surrounding space by the illumination of light.

 

 

 

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