„Le Spectre de la Rose“
Installation, 2011, Summeracademy Salzburg, Hallein.
Chicken wire, paper, plaster, drainage pipe, wooden base, spot light, projection.
"Le Spectre de la Rose" takes reference to the ballet dancer Nijinski. His work was crucial in his time for playing with gender roles in a new, ferocious style. As part of this installation one of Nijinski's portraits is projected to the walls of the vast space of Salzburg Hallein's old salt factory. The ceramic sculpture "Loner" is transferred to a large scale and light material to make a prothetic intervention in the space and copies Nijinskis dancing movement to create a connection.