TANZNACHT 2008 / 4 – 7th DEC
TEMPORARY HOTEL PROJECT
A caravan covered with mirrors. A large reflective surface of its surroundings. The van as a metaphor for surveillance. Mirroring its environment and exposing the looks and gazes whilst the interior becomes an unknown and hidden core where the observations are held and considered. The surrounding space an awkward interplay where one never escapes being visible and monitored. The interior like a cave – totally blackened out and sparsely appointed. A very practical and functional sleeping zone inside a highly active exterior. A place of rest where one can hide from this heightened exposure. Internally an on demand TV program screens a collection of surveillance films and live camera feeds of the area around the van.
LAUSITZ 310K – a bright jewel guarding deep secrets.
MIRROR VAN / LAUSITZ 310K + SURVEILLANCE ON DEMAND
Concept/design/construction/video: Paul Gazzola
Video Concept: Daniel Kötter
Contributing artists + video: Aimee Smith, Jessyka Watson-Galbraith
This work is for sale. Price on application
This work has been supported by the Australian Government through the Australia Council, gazebo64 productions, Arts WA and is a continuing project that begun during the International Theatre Institute project ‘Escalators/Mobility Visions’ as part of the 2008 Theater Der Welt in Halle, Germany.