Temporary installation around the small Rake gallery at Brattøra, Trondheim. 5 days, 3000m of charred 2"x2", 20 tons of soil and demolished asphalt and 100 plants.
A strange black box for the gallery to fill with exhibitons, happenings and activites. A structure in another scale, in other materials and with another logic than the surrounding context.
The installation was designed in collaboration with Bjørn Inge Melås and built in collaboration with architecture students from NTNU; Kjetil Wehn, Andreas Magerøy, Ina Samdal, Hanne Hammerseth and Håkon Høydalsvik.
Supported by the Norwegian Art Council - Kulturrådet
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