NUrope at the Supermarket IV

art, recent work

In the booths, at the entrance, by the toilets, among the people… everywhere at the Supermarket, I encounter art as a means of expression.

I feel oxygene is running out; trying to live by exhaling causes exhaustion.

Seeking spots to breathe. Looking for art as a mode of awareness, ‘gentle empiricism’ – once more quoting Goethe.

This piece by Jan Cardell (from the Abandoned Gallery, Malmö, Sweden) I enjoyed.090214

Jan Cardell: Pin-Pong; musical sculpture operated by the spectator. Electrically generated movements produce five different sounds forming complex and flexible rhythms.

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