Following the success of Dekadens, the office was invited to create scenography for Dunkers Kulturhus again in 2011. The group exhibition was based on the concept of passion and the emotions associated with it.
The 648 m2 area was clad in a deep crimson polyurethane, which was stretched across concealed trapezoid frames protruding from the walls. The frames not only served to create an environment evocative of walking through the innermost chambers of the heart, but also created the illusion of the works literally jumping out at the viewer. The geometrical form of the frames was inspired, in part, by ancient Mesopotamian architecture.
Photos: Tine Guth Linse