Forward March – a Floating Corridor
A floating corridor commissioned by Royal College of Art, London for the Gulbenkian Gallery. It formed part of a show called Re-siting Installation. With the help of RCA students we built this interactive artwork into a constructed corridor. The flooring used was the same as exists already in the space so as to make a smoother transition. The corridor is a raft that floats in an area of water.
Its really two different art interventions. You have the abstract piece with no figurative element – which still floats and does what its supposed to do but its very minimal. Then, when you have people on it, it becomes something else because there is the personal dimension that comes in and everybody interacts differently with the piece.
30 x 200 x 1130 cm
Water, wood flooring.
Commission: Royal College of Art, London UK.