Sydhavn, Copenhagen, DK
“Walking is very calming. One step after another, one foot moving into the future and one in the past. Did you ever think about that? Our bodies are caught in the middle. The hard part is staying in the present. Really being here.” (Janet Cardiff)
During this interactive and performance-based walking tour through Sydhavnens Teglholmen, we slow down time and observe the transformation in the happening: from old warehouses, over vast deserted fields stacked with building materials, to skeletons of houses and ready-made neighbourhoods.
During the tour participants receive a set of wireless headphones and get guided by soundscapes, text pieces, music and instructions. This leaves the participants with a new understanding of both the physical environment of the city, as well as their own body movements in the urban space.
Moot Point & Studio Debris
Marlene Bonnesen, David Kummer, Andreas Wolf, Šimon Levitner