WHO DO I DREAM FOR II
Constructed corridor, fabric, light, dimensions variable
The Gallery of the Finnish Academy of Fine Arts, Helsinki, Finland
Who do I dream for II starts of with a corridor that is built into a room of the gallery. The floor leans slightly upwards, but levels out when the corridor makes a sharp turn to the right. This is the point when the light disappears and orientation continues as a physical activity. Hands and fingertips are common strategies. The corridor gets narrower and after a turn to the left, it’s only half a meter wide. When walking slowly forward the walls are replaced with handrails, one enters a balcony. The balcony is inside a star-sky, in a space which size is non definable by any senses.
Supported by The Finnish Academy of Fine Arts