TOYBUBBLE


Toybubble 2011 Videosculpture, two-channel video, 3:20 min each, looped Hand-blown glass bubble, video screen embedded in an acrylic pedestal Choreography: Saori Tsukada Audio Design: Asako Fujimoto 14 x 14 x 10 in / 36 x 36 x 25 cm

Toybubble
2011

Videosculpture, two-channel video, 3:20 min each, looped
Hand-blown glass bubble, video screen embedded in an acrylic pedestal
Choreography: Saori Tsukada
Audio Design: Asako Fujimoto
14 x 14 x 10 in / 36 x 36 x 25 cm

In Toybubble, Loher directs Saori Tsukada as a red and a blue character inside two bubbles. After following their daily routine as Japanese toy-characters, they discover each other behind the glass and try to escape their enclosed environment - the bubble.

For a molecule of time they appear in each other‘s bubbles, which demonstrates a desire of an impossible dream, then they immediately return to their daily routines, to perform the tasks for which they were programmed.