Artist: Signe Klejs (DK)

Suspension focuses on the skin as a bodily and cultural phenomena and examines our relationship with the quivering, temperate skin that responds to the environment. In addition, Suspension will from a cultural viewpoint examine the skin's elasticity, by stressing its stretching ability.

In our modern world we must show flexibility, readiness for change, we must keep pace, otherwise we fall through, lose the grip, and hit bottom. When the skin's suspension reach the rupture point everything changes: order becomes chaos, the beauty awkward.

Signe Klejs is known for her large scale public installations that uses data from the surroundings to unfold and complete.

In this case Klejs created a skin on the site which she brings to live in interaction with the surroundings and the audience.