Berlin-based collective Plastique Fantastique has conceived an inflatable pavilion which has been popping up on the occasion of this year’s Oreol Festival. Loud Shadows is a collage made by artists coming from different backgrounds: dance, music, architecture. The project has been presented has been presented as a joint project done by Kate Moore, The Soltz, LeineRoebana and the German collective.
The architecture of Plastique Fantastique is monumental, yet mobile, soft and transparent. It’s ephemeral skin influences the environment as much as its inner space offers a lucid view outwards. It is the preferred place to merge dance, music, and challenge the perception of time.
Oerol is a cultural festival on the island of Terschelling in the Netherlands that is held annually in June. The ten-day festival is focused on live, public theatre as well as music and visual arts. Oerol means ‘everywhere’ in the sense of covering an entire land, hence using the entire island as a platform for exhibitions and shows.
images by Jelte Keur, Maria Turik, Marco Canevacci