Ellinor Euler (installation)
Jaroslaw Ilski, composer & Andy Ninvalle, sound artist
This circumscribed space appears as a chaos that must be deciphered. Berlin artist Ellinor Euler has traded in her pencil for a pistol. In her installation tantamount she shows spatial drawings and objects. She investigates space as such, exploring the spatial extension of objects and transforming both into something new. Using a hot glue pistol, she builds a real structure, a congealed concentrate of time and space that is nonetheless mobile. By interacting, the result for the beholder is a variety of diverse perspectives; enacted here is a permanent process of change. The composer Jaroslaw Ilski is creating an ongoing sound installation as well as performed audio improvisations in collaboration with sound artist Andy Ninvallle.
Festival insight by Nora Heine