The Environmental Art Project
Big in Falkirk, Callendar Park, Falkirk
SAT 3 & SUN 4 MAY 2008 : 12.00 pm - 9.00 pm - Free
For this year?s Environmental Art Project, Guyan Porter is constructing a de-conditioning chamber. Using a pre fabricated wooden building which the audience will enter one at a time, the artwork will explore ways that belief systems are constructed, through communal consensus and repetitive messages.
Last Shelter provides an internal participatory experience, designed to question our most deeply held views, with audience participation being central to the aims of the project. The installation explores themes that have characterised recent work, making parallels between social conditioning, brain patterns and religious experience.
Last Shelter explores how concepts and belief systems, regardless of their purpose, can be instilled in us through repeat conditioning, affecting even our most basic understandings of reality.
Big in Falkirk is a partnership between Falkirk Council and UZ Events,
supported by the Scottish Arts Council