Explorations at the Port of Aarhus

Glimpse from an improvised research walk on-site as preparation for our facilitation of a collaborative, open urban laboratory in Dome of Visions on Pier 2 at Aarhus Ø, coming up in November 2016. Thrilled, trembling and thankful for the opportunity to play with bodies and senses in an urban area that is going through major transformation these years.

Official announcement of the lab in November coming soon!

Photographer, data researcher and observer: Thomas Bjørnsten
Blind walk test participant: Thea Green
Sensorial explorer and guide: Lotus Lykke Skov

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