The radiators under each pew are in the Frue Kirke in Trondheim – reminiscent of the seats in the lobby of the Van Nelle factory in Rotterdam (Van de Vlugt) – and an inventive addition of comfort.
I am in Trondheim for the Norwegian Artistic Research Program’s Autumn Forum where I am a respondent for one of the presenters (Neil Forrest, the very talented Canadian ceramicist). It is an impressive programme. I have been invited to quite a few conferences related to creative research but this is the first where one of the presenters has made a film starring Juliette Binoche! The film, A Thousand Times Goodnight, is by Erik Poppe (seen below in a subsequent session discussing his “subjective objective” method).
A couple more views of flying paint over one of my drawings that did not make it into Pamphlet 34.
Flying paint (thrown by an adjacent instrument) engaging with Perry Kulper’s drawing in one of our projects for Pamphlet 34. Notice the different behaviour of the paint when it hist his drawing pieces (the three-dimensional elements in front of the drawing).
The photographs are made with a high-speed flash, triggered manually.
Regarding your questions about the shadows from the flying paint, Frederik, you can see them quite clearly in these shots.
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A couple more that did not make it into Pamphlet Architecture 34
My drawing and associated drawing pieces before the paint started to fly.