01 EVACUATION ROOM – living installation
Instant soup for welcoming - collective point - mats,mattresses, sleeping bags - the windows are darkened, shut down. No intervisibility to the outer world.
People gather around the nutrition ressources, others sleep, no one has badges or other devices to show authority - self organisation .
People come closer in times of emergency.
The living Installation EVACUATION ROOM stages the provisional arrangement of surviving.
The staging area is reffering to an abstract outer threat.
The permanent clicking of the Geiger counter is as frightening like a time bombe as paradoixially soothing like the sound of waves at the same time.
News are delivering facts - but the reality is not emotionally comprehensible.
What has happened no one can reverse. The threat is invisible but omnipresent.
Whatever has to be done, you do - everyone does his best - in his way.
living space installation by
Aiko/Kazuko Kurosaki (concept, dance)
Thomas J. Jelinek (concept)
Andrea Peller (visuals)
Franz Sramek (sound)