Sunday, July 08, 2007
Time, presence, absence: house-projects
The house-projects are time-based events that occur in public spaces, in which a group of builders slowly assemble and disassemble an amount of bricks (and the necessary scaffolds) in a period of ten days. They follow a plan of a whole building that is fully accomplished throughout the given period, yet only a part of it is actually built at a given moment. Interactions may occur with passers-by.
Time-lapsed photographs and videos document the process.
By Wolfgang Weileder.