in collaboration with JACK STUDIOS Copenhagen.
This project takes inspiration from the technique of photography as a first medium for the captured picture and later movie. Located at four different places in the city centre of copenhagen, the installation offers a very simple programmatic response to recognize and counter how a community can be linked physically. With the principle of the camera obscura, the pavilion projects the real-time scenery of the city of copenhagen.
The outside scenery is projected through a pinhole into the inner space of the pavilion. For the public to enjoy, it is the upside down analog`movie`, telling the story of time and the perception of the present. The individual impression of the visitor is leading to a shared experience.
The structure is a triple mylar film system, a fabric that provides a waterproof, reflective and air tight exterior, a dual light effect and a soft tactile interior surface. The interior screen, softened with a white textile, is offering the visitor a place to rest, gather and enjoy an unseen view of the city.