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exactly without- Vienna

The drawing of a figure is transmuted into a trail. A transparent layer of a map is put over the outlines of the figure. The streets closest to the contour are selected.

Variation 1:
Then, the artist travelled to Vienna and was driving along the lines in a car. Instead of a digital documentation, she documented the path through drawing while driving, producing a very long drawing.

ink on paper
0.21 m x 10 m

Variation 2:
A bus drove along a part of the path. The artist was moving on the floor, not being able to look outside. The city-theorist Michael Zinganel described what was outside, talking through the microphone. The artist did drawings on empty postcards that illustrated it and then flung them to the audience.

30 minutes