Tetem Kunstruimte

Enschede

As a follow-up of  ‘Nomadic Sand Bath’, Studio Harm Rensink created a  ‘Lava Bath’ for Tetem Art space. Inspired on Japanese thermal sand bathing, the installation invited visitors to rest on rich mineral sand, nurturing the body skin through touch and smell.

 

The work consisted of an inverted tent of 5 meter high made of thin plastic sheets. In the core of the space there was warm sand where audiences could lay down and relax. Around this space there was a multimedia presentation of previous spa projects which gave to the space a multi-layered character.

lava bath

Studio

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Future Bodies

Hair in Fashion and Art

Vlisco 1:1

Modebelofte 2017