SIIKU contributed to Click Festival 2019 with a co-creation installation artwork entitled PASSING.
Click Festival took place May 18-19 in Elsinore, Denmark.
PASSING was created by SIIKU and:
Jakob Harbo, Lotte Lund, Tina Von Ø, Luca Elianti, Clarissa Concilio, Matilde Concilio, Paula Aguirre, Yasmin H.K., Oscar Sejr, Bengü Ozakinci, Stig Brinck, Jo Skriver, Gitte Hertling, Trine, Axel, Hollyrose, Petar, Anna Friberg, Gry Jensen, Christine Vierø L., Veronika Nielsen, Amalie Skovengaard, Ida Sigrid Andreasen, Julie Schou, My Nilsson, Nikolaj Hollænder, Mariliis Kundla, Marilin Lõugas, Jakob La Cour, Rune Lindequist, Jeanette Daugaard, Inger Riber, Simon Stålhandske, Bent Bøgedal Christoffersen, Pernille Plauborg, Kristian Knudsen, Jytte Jenna Hansen, Vigga og Alma, Siw Fugl, Astrid, Michelle, Freja, Arthur, Zhou Xin, Anna Petterson, Helena Lilja, Laura Kunov, Nørgaard, Wendelboe & Søn, Alberte Spork, Jennifer Cooper, Disa Tehler, Bille, Malthe Jos, Siri Tvorup, Eva Esmann Behrens, Frederik Larsson, Anne, Laura Fürsich, Asher Goldstein, Vida Anaya, Karl Tryggvason, Ana Branquinho, Mads Buus, Linea Buus, Peter Larsen, Valerie Kim-Thuy Larsen, Jonas Neergaard Jacobsen, Michael Clausen, Lily Rose Corbett-Clausen, Joa Juel Rosenbak Hansen, Torill Vendelbo Hansen, Sophie Grace Corbett-Clausen, Pipaluk
THANK YOU

PASSING
Give life and let it pass.
A distorted, geometric construction is the framework for the work PASSING. In a continuous ritualistic performance, the audience plays an active part in changing the geometric construction, which revives the dead and creates life that unite as pieces in a puzzle with a larger meaning.
PASSING is, as it is in life, a temporary passing of preserving life, let life itself live and letting it die.

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