kotka gudmon: the minimum of the routine 2016 / exhibiting artist & lecture performance
Budapest, Trafó House of Contemporary Arts
‘The minimum of the routine’ titled site specific video installation was an immersive projection with a lecture performance. The audience experienced the video content as a parallel reality spatially around them. The theme represented scenes from an ordinary daily routine of a single person, but in an abstract and minimalist way. At the end of the lecture performance the audience was asked if they imagined the fragrance of the shower gel when the bathing person was “having a shower around them”. Hence, what is the minimum of a visual experience one can identify oneself with? Beyond that, what does it elicit, if something is happening around them in the theatre space and not on a usual central stage as expected?