As part of the festival topic ‘SATT’, we examine how a saturated space would look, and when exactly it is saturated. Is it the abundance of material that saturates the space, or is it the the narrowness of a space, that reaches the moment of saturation through its visitors? How does space change in its various degrees of saturation, and what does it do with the viewer? We play with various natural materials such as wood as a walk-in, large-scale sculpture that occupies and fills the space. The interaction inside the sculpture is linked to the outer space by large-scale video projection. Space and installation are continually changed and new states are created. The sculpture is seen as an independent, accessible object on the subject of satiety in the sense of saturation and supersaturation.
|Size||2,00 x 4,00 x3,00 m|
|Status||Exhibition in June 2016|