“Once we left the city our perception of the three dimensions started to shift again. As rectangular shapes became more and more rare, the paths of our vision became more round and smooth, following forms which had developed through growth rather than erection. Soon we would be working in the gap between these zones, on old layers of sediment, under the open sky, with the rustling of the leaves. It suddenly became apparent. Whatever structure we would bring into this world, it had to pulse in both directions. Not echoing the stale and rigid attitude of walls and plans. Could it be possible to build a space without a singular purpose? Like a hole through which the wind whistles, a crack from which a flower grows, or an underwater cave solemnly gargling with the ebbs and flows of the tide.”
Sunrise, zenith, sunset.
In three stages following the movement of the sun, different rituals take shape in a sculptural installation inspired by nature's elements and powers.
A collaboration between Emilie Palmelund and Freja Björnberg.