As a reaction to the windowless main exhibition space
of Ronneby kulturcentrum, the stereo-viewers are mounted onto a
long row of old windows, which Hangl found in the storage rooms.
The exhibition is extended by a set of new stereophotos: "hitchhiker",
"squaredancing", "choir", which were all taken
in Ronneby, plus additional two new stereophotos which are mounted
onto the outside of the two performance rooms glass-windows:
"kissing couple", "dinner guest".
Ronneby kulturcentrum, 10.2.2001,
part 1: 16 hrs. (duration: 20 min.), part 2: 17 hrs.
(duration: 5 min.)
part 1: Inger Norryd, Oliver Hangl
part 2: The Voice Acrobats (conductor Sofia Losell), Oliver
soundtrack by: part 1: UKO (2), Oliver Hangl, part 2: Oliver Hangl
(arr. Sofia Losell)
hereandgone (2) consists of two separate performances,
which both take place in a setting very similar to hereandgone
(1): two adjacent appartments (separated by a fake wall),
which can be looked into from the outside. However, the white-cube
architecture of the performance-space requires a more artifical
construction of the setting. Thus, the audience is kept in a 5-meter-distance
by merely drawing a line.
After the performance, the setting becomes part of the exhibition.
On the outside of its glass-windows, two stereo-viewers are fixed,
each showing a stereoscopic photo taken in the actual room behind.
read the script
>>> Picture This! (4) and hereandgone