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interactive installation

With a lot of help I built this raked floor into a space at Fieldgate gallery in Whitechapel, east London. It was part of a show called Parallax curated by Richard Ducker. As a piece of interactive art it invited people to climb - or even roll - up and down its slopes which get larger as they reach the far side. I see this as a maquette for a much larger and more ambitious version I hope one day to make. There would have to be a higher ceiling than there was in the space at Fieldgate to allow for a sequence of 10 - 15 humps getting higher all the time to give it much more impetus. We used recycled floorboards and joists to build it into the room.

Materials: Recycled floorboards.

Dimensions: 0.66 x 6.12 x 3.90 cm

Categories: indoor, gallery interventions, room installation, site specific art, site responsive art, recycled artwork, sculpture projects, installations, wood sculpture, interactive artworks, collaborative art, constructed art

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