Anger is a hot emotion and mostly found under the surface of ones daily life. It can erupt in violent outbursts or simmer gently, radiating enough energy to keep one going in difficult situations. We observed and researched the emotion anger in the geographical circumstances of Iceland as well as in dialogs and discussions with whoever was willing to share personal experience.
If we find ourselves in a state of anger, it can happen as unexpected as a „Wettergrenze“, the phenomenon of a sudden shift in the weather, that happens always on the same geographical line.
2 canal video and sound installation / dimensions variable
Anna Bläser /// Johanna Locher
Goethe Institut @culturemoveseurope