and it went everywhere / III
Six faceless participants move like a virus across Cape Town to an invisible set of instructions, temporarily occupying and transforming its spaces.
Responding to diverse city sites, they attach themselves with stretched nylon over their heads to railings, drains, statues and other physical projections, merging body, geometrics, space and meaning.
Through multiple interventions, places and buildings are spontaneously re-configured, triggering new readings in situations that may ordinarily appear static. And whilst the tights themselves take on an architectural aspect, they simultaneously create a personal space for the stopping-places of human existence.