"What’s in a look? If someone stares, you stare back, don’t you? Or do you look away?In public space, standing and looking, is often synonymous with exposing yourself to being looked at. Standing together in a group might grant you power, but at the same time it makes you vulnerable because you are more visible than yourself alone. Carole Douillard’s (1971, France) project for osloBIENNALEN is about exactly this: a living sculpture made up of a group of people who stand still and look at passersby or a point in the urban landscape."
- Meeting point: Trappeanlegget. time: between 12:00 - 14:00
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Photo: Carole Douillard, The Viewers, Palais de Tokyo, Paris, 2014. Courtesy of CNAP and Carole Douillard.