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Titill: 
  • Titill er á ensku What we bring into becoming
Námsstig: 
  • Meistara
Útdráttur: 
  • Útdráttur er á ensku

    What we bring into becoming invites an audience to think about how monument and monumentality can be seen as unique and ever-changing phenomena that shape and are shaped by their environment.

    The exhibition explores how we may instil the phenomenological affects of surveying a landscape to the design of monuments. The aim is neither to reduce human perception of a natural phenomenon to a standard defined experience, nor to reminisce about a personal journey. This approach is rather that of solicitude towards what is before us. It aims to elicit a specific perspective on the performative potential of objects : we encounter steady objects that embrace and reveal the complexities of their host environment.

    The monument’s closeness to the ground activates our slow wanderings — its presence raises awareness of our own stature in a given site, highlighting the interchangeable roles of the viewer and the viewee in the spaces we inhabit. Such monuments, like inland rocks that may seem static, are empowered with a humbleness that enables their presence to act as a lever.

    The audience is invited to inhabit this momentary public space in small groups and to engage with a mini book inspired by encounters around the remains of Helgustaðanáma quarry and the presence of Steining in Icelandic architecture.

Athugasemdir: 
  • Athugasemdir er á ensku Mentors:
    Unnar Örn Jónasson Auðarson
 & Angela Rawlings
    Evaluators:
    Þorgerður E. Sigurðardóttir & Eva Rún Snorradóttir
Samþykkt: 
  • 1.10.2021
URI: 
  • http://hdl.handle.net/1946/39984


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