TÝR
Reykjavik, Iceland. 2012 Previous | Next

"Týr er einhendr áss ok ulfs leifar ok hofa hilmir. Mars tiggi" (Tyr is a one-handed god, and leavings of the wolf and prince of temples)

Visitors are guided inside an Icelandic Coast Guard vessel to experience a site-specific light installation; a journey through a series of cavernous corridors that culminates in a dark space where part of its complex mechanical features and architectural details are temporarily transformed with the use of dynamic light projections. The intervention temporarily claims, transforms, and activates a space in the city not usually available to city-dwellers. TÝR was presented as part of Menningarnótt (Reykjavik Culture Night) on August 18th, 2012.


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