A practice of a flexible horizon
Installation / 3 architectural prints, 150x200mm / single-channel video, 10,44 min / multi-channel video (loop)
The project A Practice Of A Flexible Horizon was developed during a residency at AADK SPAIN in the summer of 2018.
Installation images from the RET building in Rotterdam.
A Practice Of A Flexible Horizon addresses different ideas and concepts around western choreographic, linguistic and social kinetic structures in relation to the division of land, borders, the history of mobility and
philosophical approaches to space and choreography.
The project includes three large architectural prints and two videos. The prints depict three shores and horizons which are three of four geographical places in western Europe where people used to believe that the world ended. The single-channel video investigates various western ideas around choreography in open space, structures of agriculture as a transmitter of human intelligence, chorographical concepts of where the borders of the middle are and translates philosophical choreographic concepts into movements. The second video, which is text-based, elucidates the two different choreographies that exist when crossing the border from Spain to Gibraltar.
The project was supported by CBK Rotterdam and the Mondriaan Fond.