By: Alf Andersen, Paulina Mélinauskaité, Tanja Teresa Pirneskoski, Nikolaj Schwab Andersson, Jean-Francois Benoit Michel Robin, Dovile Sausdrovaite.
Invisible Space is an installation that plays with the visitor’s perception. It frames an area between trees and creates a space that would normally seem empty. This frame makes the visitor aware of the otherwise unnoticed size and shape of the space … When the wind hits the large walls, a specific flapping sound is created. A visitor has described it as the sound of a group of pigeons taking off in a city square … The simple and transparent light bulb compliments the simple materials used in the installation … Occasionally, it flickers, in an unrecognizable pattern. The flickering attracts attention to the interesting reflections on the walls, and gives a glimpse of what is outside the walls.