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Day and Night of the Pig (01/01/2008)

Annette Arlander

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6. Day and Night of the Pig I 2008 (8 min 20 sec) DV 4:3 (performed 22-23.9.2008) This is a documentation of a performance that took place on the northwestern cliffs of Harakka Island, Helsinki. Holding a grey shawl and two small torches, I spin against the backdrop of the city on the cliffs for a day and night every two hours during the autumnal equinox from 22 September 2007 at 16.00 to 23 September at 14.00.
typevideo
keywordsperformance, performing landscape, performing for camera, landscape, Harakka Island, day and night, skyline, swirling
copyrightannette arlander
year01/01/2008
external linkhttp://www.av-arkki.fi/en/works/day-and-night-of-the-pig-i/


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