A performative installation made together with Gustav Lejelind invited by PASAJ, Tarlabaşi, Istanbul, 2015.
PASAJ is an independent artist initiative. It cooperates with local and foreign artists and focuses on socially engaged and interdisciplinary art projects. It tries to create an area where artist and artist groups can create, show, share their work with audiences and participants.
For PASAJ Kim Johansson and Gustav Lejelind made a performative installation about acceleration, speed and collective memory of the city. Projections of animated drawings, depicted both real and fictive sites were combined with sound recordings and a live reading of a text about social memory. The installation took place in a small restaurant in Tarlabaşi.