“Pandemonium” explores the elements related to the satyr Pan, deity of shepherds, hunters, animals, meadows and forests, panic. These elements seems paradoxical on first sight, but are also share a deep relationship. A pandemonium is both frighting and deeply natural.
The installation consists of 6 painted canvases, which are strung up in the space, balancing between tension and elegance. Two video-projections, five plaster sculptures and a sound-piece add to the environment and concept of the work.
Different tempos are layered on top of each other in the videos, creating a chaos of impressions: a naked person rotating in slow motion, and the same person who spins about like a madman. The video is glitched so that the video shows the same panicked energy. A balance between calm elagancy, erotisism and chaotic panic.
The sound-piece is to be a combination of pan-flute and white noise, creating a kind of “musique concrète”.
This installation was made as a 3D-model , consisting of realized work and virtually created elements, to visualize the final result.