Site specific, robotic sound and light installation for the art centre Regelbau 411 located in two WWII bunkers in western Denmark.
Fe is the symbol for iron in the periodic table and is the most common element on Earth. Also ”fe” means fairy in Danish, which makes one think of fairytales and magical creatures. An obviuous question would be: What does fairies and this exhibition have in common? One answer might be that this exhibition gives us an experience which could be called magical. Magic is in many ways the opposite of iron. Iron is a concrete, common and natural material which, at first glance, may seem boring. Magic, on the other hand, is erratic, unusual, supernatural and exciting. Mørch’s exhibition shows us how the most common material can become a medium of unexpected experiences. The common iron is orchestrated so that is becomes unusual, fascinating and enticing.
Video footage under construction.
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