The Przwalsky Collection
In a glass cabine sits a man. A beautiful specimen. It seems concentrated. What is it doing there? And who is watching?
A collection of glass cabines in which the audience can take place, one person at a time. When the door is shut, the sounds from outside disappear. Using a dial from an old telephone sound fragments can be chosen that are played inside the cabine: statistics about human behaviour. The person inside the cabine observes the audience and they observe him. Who is observing whom?
|idea & realisation||Diana Wildschut, Harmen G. Zijp|