'Living BLOX'

projection mapping

February 2019

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In the piece, we try to bring to light the domestic activities hiding among company meetings and art shows at BLOX. The installation suggests that even in a commonly public space, private life can flourish. The piece references more traditional Danish windows, the images one sees when looking inside an apartment on a rainy day. We tip-toe the border between public and private, visible and illegible.

The installation was a part of Copenhagen Light Festival 2019, mapped on the building of BLOX / Danish Architectural Centre in Copenhagen (link to the event)

concept & light design: Alexander Hajdany, Igor Halicki, Nepheli Poulaki, Emma Strebel

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