From October 31st till November 22nd in the Office Gallery of the Latvian Centre for Contemporary Art (LCCA) happened the exhibition “Inhabiting Spaces” by artist Linda Konone, architect Toms Kokins and choreographer Muhamed Fuad (EG). “Inhabiting Spaces” took the form of a video art installation that reflected the research process of the idea of how a certain place and its architecture affect the human behaviour.
New house rules
People create space, space modifies people. It is a constant process that had lasted thousands of years, since men tamed space. Place and context determines our behaviour, each space has its own code of conduct. What happens, if we flip it over and implant certain house rules into another space, or move the space into another field of activity?
The project is a collaboration project between the Latvian Centre for Contemporary Art and “Rezodanse Egypte” (Alexandria, Egypt) in the framework of the programme “Tandem/Shaml”. It was shown in Alexandria, Berlin and Riga.
Curated by Inga Lace