Watched is a series of temporary works in disused and historic architecture in the landscape around Hanstholm, Denmark. The various buildings, originally for watching and waiting are now watched over as visual accents in the landscape and identifiers of moments in history and time.
Watched temporarily transforms these unremarkable artefacts with a playful use of colour and form where the gaze is altered and their role in the wider landscape is elevated for a short time, and then gone.
The three main locations are very temporary and will be documented with photography. Large format prints - one of each location - are to be presented at the exhibition. The photographic documentation capturing a slice of time - a fragment of the narrative of the architecture in the landscape.
Price available on request
- Dimensions: variable
- Contexts: Commission , Exhibition
- Artforms: Architecture , Installation , Intervention , Photography , Textiles
- Tags: inflatable art, bunker, denmark, temporary, landscape, largescale, exhibition, heritage, architecture, concrete