Passages is a silent ride carried out with a van with audience as passengers; sharing the physical and psychological boundaries of private and public spaces through the architectures, rhythms, and daily events of the city. It offers a space of attendance to the implications of our surroundings, their embodied thought and what establishes our sense of being in the world. Passages loans from subtle placement of events and estrangements of what already is, bringing simple twists to the perception of these space. This is an invitation to attend and listen to the daily structures of our experience of passing through.
Passages builds on the notion of the body as a dynamic integrator. Having movement as its starting point it concerns itself with how and on what layers do we embody the physical world; The projections, senses of interior, exterior and extending the body to its surroundings.
Passages premiered in Fredrikstad February 2018 and was part of the exhibition Formations at the Prague Quadrennial June 2019.
By and with: Armin Hokmi Kiasaraei, Kaja Mærk Egeberg, Rasmus Stenager Jensen, Patryk Wasilewski
Supported by Arts Council Norway and Prague Quadrennial 2019