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Common Clearings


Prizes 優選 Distinction;IFI 特別獎 IFI Special Award;

Country/Region Denmark丹麥

Company/Group Urgent.Agency

Designer ( Mads Quistgaard、 Christian Pag)


《共同的淨土》是透過常見元素創造的感官藝術體驗:彩色織物,特別是:風和太陽。作品探索了屋頂作為集體反思、娛樂和簡單存在的空間。 《共同的淨土》是2019年林茨OÖ Kulturquartier的Sinnesrausch('Sensoryhigh')展覽的一部分。 作品由一個物理裝置和一本名為'共同的淨土 - 關於人類基本要素的文字彙編'的書組成。 作為一個奇特的人造森林,它同時提供了一個更茂密的森林和一個中央空地,觀眾則被邀請躺在那裡。在《共同的淨土》中,我們試圖用普通常見的元素創造一個友好而又陌生的世界:特別是強烈的紅色織物和風,定義了一個共同的空地。 在裝置中,可以看到'共同的淨土 - 關於共同基本要素的文本彙編'一書,這本書與我們共同基本要素有關:從太陽和天空到更近的風景和城市世界。這些文字涉及到我們的共同基本要素:從太陽和天空到更近的風景和城市世界,這些文字探索了實體和社會世界錯綜複雜的奇觀,同時也探討了我們所面臨的根本性變化 - 以及採取行動的緊迫性。 作品是對策展人野心的回應,即利用此一令人印象深刻的屋頂作為藝術實驗的場所,並藉此探索感官和城市。在此背景下,我們希望探索一個集體沉思和反思的地方願景。

Common Clearings is sensory art experience created through ordinary elements: colored fabric and, notably: the wind and the sun. The work explores the rooftop as a space for collective reflection, play and simply: being. Common Clearings is created as a part of the Sinnesrausch (“Sensoryhigh”) exhibition at the OÖ Kulturquartier in Linz 2019. The work consists of a physical installation and a book entitled “Common Clearings- a collection of text on human fundamentals”. as a strange and artificial forest it offers both a grove, a more compact forest and a central clearing where the audience is invited to lie down. With 'Common clearings' we have attempted to create a friendly yet foreign world using ordinary elements: notably the intensely red fabric and the wind, defining a shared clearing. The book 'common clearings - a collection of texts on shared fundamentals' is available in the installation. The text relates to the fundamentals we all share: from the sun and sky to the nearer world of landscapes and cities. The texts explore intricate wonders of the physical and social world, while also addressing the radical change we face - and the urgency of taking action. The work is a response to the curatorial ambition of using the impressive roof as a place for artistic experimentation, exploring the senses and the city. With this backdrop we wanted to explore the vision of a collective place for contemplation and reflection.