They were about to attempt a crash landing. He needed an expert to solve his problem. She was waiting for the bus that never came. They didn’t realize it, but they were always walking and falling at the same time.
Installation views from the show: “Anthem for the people’s tomorrow“, curated by Ellen Blumenstein. Photos by Edward C. Thompson.
StampSTEPstepHEEL departed from collecting observations from public spaces in Rotterdam, studying the interaction of people in social space and the effects of urban planning. The observations translated into scripted forms that were developed in ordinary public spaces.
This project resulted also an artist book and a series of posters with the writings: Shuffle Ball Change (2011).