3 juni 2015
Our fourth day in Athens would be the day of truth: would our plans work and would we be able to show a coherent image? Everyone of us had been working seperately on his or her part of the EX-MÊKH-presentation, keeping the others informed of what was happening in the studio. Ellen Rodenberg was not present but she gave us precise information on how her contribution should be installed. We decided on a working order and off we were!
The empty booth and our work in suitcases
First the centre of it all: a rubber boat, put up as if it were a ceiling. Maarten Schepers main contribution.
Some very meticulous positioning was needed.
Our lovely assistent was a bit hesitant at first, but she helped us out quite a bit eventually.
And this was the result at the end of the first day.
The flags are Ellen Rodenbergs, so are the drawings on it and the painting behind it. The photographs are done by Maarten Schepers
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Another view at the beautiful drawings of Ellen Rodenberg
Which were put back to back in one frame
Platforms Project @ Art Athina 2015