Diary of the Movements of the World – or Tagebuch der Bewegungen der Welt – uses mechanical and technological means to highlight contemporary life through movements of bodies and things. It explores what is incarnated and tangible, beautiful and honest. It is an invitation to look closer. Exhibited in Bauhaus Fest 2016.
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The installation consisted of 6 TVs, each exhibiting a repetitive movement, sometimes peaceful, sometimes agonizing, but, all times, beautiful. One of the TVs mimicked a mirror, inviting the visitors to look at their own movements.
The installation was faced with curiosity and exploration of movements, shameless public dancing, and deep immersions in the present.