I for Isolation #2





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Published on Jul 17, 2008

I for Isolation #2 (2008)
Site Specific Installation

I for Isolation #2 is an installation created for the empty, cold and claustrophobic rooms of a World War Two bunker. A woman of the era appears trapped inside, locked in one of the rooms. Her image appears on a screen. The viewer stands in the bunker, disturbed but also amused, and questioning the contradictory information that he or she perceives. This, paradoxically, asks the viewer to suspend his or her disbelief; to believe in the impossible.

Bunker exhibition at Waterkant, Den Haag, The Netherlands (2008)

Curator: Rayke Verhoeven
Hair and Make-up: Haagsche Kopjes (Barbera Sterk)
Wardrobe: Sabine Moojen
Building Assistance: Kai Klop
Welding: Paul Elbertse

With thanks to staff of the Waterkant: Koen, Joris, Mirjam, Myong, Pieter, Claire, Linda, Johan, Merel, Coby, Ariel, Noemi, David.

Supported by Fonds 1818 & Waterkant


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