The installation is also an example of interdisciplinarity as Martin Sturm, artistic director at OK Center of Contemporary Art, underlines. “It is a bit like an urban space up here, and cities and urban spaces are created in collaborations,” he says. ‘Common Clearings’ is formed with the hanging fabrics hanging to create various spatial experiences, exploring light and shadow, thickness and openness.
Created as a part of the Sinnesrausch exhibition in Linz, the project consists of both a physical installation and a book. The design is a response falling into an idea of using the rooftops as a place for artistic exploration of both the senses and the city. It is a place, where visitors are invited to playfully explore themselves and their relation with space.