To make the work stand out, all the pieces I chose to show in the 'Kringloopwinkel' played music. Each one used a record player that was activated by a movement sensor. In this way the sound elevated these artworks, made from second-hand materials, out of the visual cacophony of other second-hand items for sale that surrounded them.
The 'Kringloopwinkel' was so large and the artworks spaced so far apart; that the sound from one record player did not distract from another. However, as customers moved around the shop accidentally triggering the separate artworks; it was possible to hear them all in the distance as the strains of the different pieces of music drifted through the cavernous space.
'Landscape Escape' (pedal car)
The pedal car also had music. A record player was installed in the trunk while a speaker was placed behind the grill at the front. On the wall, spot lit by the cars head lamps, are a couple of images of the car 'en route' to Vlaardingen. One is the picture from the top of this page- Me handing my passport over to the Dutch border guard.
For more information on 'Landscape Escape' This link will take you to the 'Landscape, Seascape, Skyscape, Escape' page on this website.