sculpture/interactive performance, different sizes
At the Residency ‘Antropical’(05.08.-21.08 2016) the site specific work, based on the natural environment in Luxembourg, led to a research on human created landscapes and the concept of preserved nature. The idea that all natural parks and forests within europe are not identifiable as ‘‘wild’’ nature anymore, led to a work that compares parks to theatre stages. Thereby, each detail seemingly becomes a prop from a scenery that, by its removal or replacement, changes the whole idea of the play. With that idea in mind, the question of value is inevitable and led to the introduction of a “treasure hunt” which embodies an interactive search to find stone copies made in plaster which were placed in the forest. After they have been found by the audience, the original rocks returned to their initial spots.