The exhibition seeks to address conditions of confinement and
restriction as they increasingly are becoming part of our everyday lives. As
the visitors move through the exhibition space, they are confronted with
situations that generate feelings of discomfort and open up questions about the
world as we perceive it.
The first room presents a large object
floating in the air. Consisting of hundreds of wooden parts, it forms an
organic structure that is pressed into the narrow space of a room that is too
small for its proportions, thereby creating a sense of confinement and
intimidation. The visitors are obliged to move in the narrow space around the
object, their freedom of action being severely restricted, just like the almost
Moving into the second room,
the visitor is confronted with a tower-like structure. Sounds and images are
emanating from it, yet their sources remain hidden, only to be guessed at when
one moves around the object.