Day three began with a three hour session experimenting in the space, as well as slowly adding more elements and alterations.
The first experiment came out of yesterdays playing with the Bjólfur stones on the floor titles (in the intro of the sound performance). The sound between the floor of Grüntaler9 and the three Icelandic stones made a great crisp sound in combination with the acoustics of the space.
I therefore decided to make a Body Interfaces intervention with my body moving over the stones, sliding them over the tiles. I recorded the session with a GO PRO-camera, to make the interaction more evident.
From 17h, research collaborator Nathalie Fari arrived and a three hour collaborate research session began, which included everyone entering the space - as well as those hijacked out on the street.
Nathalie Fari had brought the book Thought in the Act: Passages in the Ecology of Experience by Erin Manning and Brian Massumi. A passage of the book were the base for creating four steps "preparing for the creative chaos"!
Link to Nathalie Faris website: www.atelierobraviva.org