Olivier Castel

  And that is called dawn (Rabbits' Moon) 
Auto Italia, London
  A huge silver foil balloon fills a corner, touching the floor and ceiling and obstructing the entrance. From the opposite end of the darkened room a profile lantern spotlits the balloon with a 2500W bulb. A film becomes a space: Kenneth Anger’s film Rabbits’ Moon is adapted as a room, with projector, screen but without pictures. Alternating soundtracks play: A Raincoat and Chopin.
    Part of the group exhibition Honey Hönig curated by Alexander Hassenpflug; presented under the name Carl Laporte: foil balloon ø 400cm, 2500W profile lantern, audio.