6 paper objects
The shown images are installation views.
Exhibited in Schloss Wiepersdorf, 2011
Two fictional gaming situations
inspired by pen&paper role players
In a wide empty exhibition space six small speakers are placed in a decent distance. You can go close, stand in-between and listen to a voice, counting from one to twenty again and again. The words stay the same, but the pronounciation varies and opens up different imaginery situations with every new loop - and there are twenty of them.
The speakers and the voice is the same as described above, but now words are shouted, overlaying each other, confusing the voice itself. Slowly, after some minutes, the words separate from each other and a space described by adjectives and verbs is rising up in-between the speakers. A specific situation in a very tiny space is being created and that space is ambivalent, fluid and far too small for six persons - it is constantly changing its form, colour and smell with every word being dealt in-between the six speakers.
___Excerpts of the sound track, 4:35 min, Vimeo