Titled Nowhere and Everywhere at the Same Time No. 2, this piece by William Forsythe and filmed by Shy Camera, showcases hundreds of pendulums that move in unison, forcing visitors to carefully time their crossing.
The piece, by William Forsythe, features hundreds of delicate pendulums hanging from the roof which move in a series of timed sequences. The audience is invited to walk amongst the installation, but in being asked to avoid coming into contact with the pendulums, are forced to respond, move, and adjust their trajectories as they pass through. In doing so they become active players in the piece.
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