September 25 - October 1, 2020

Haslev, Denmark

Installation to commemorate the 150th anniversary of the introduction of the railway to the Danish town of Haslev. The installation is made of metal, glass and programmable lights. 150 metal sleepers symbolise 150 years since the establishment of the railway in the city. After dark, the installation lights up, gradually shining through each sleeper with texts commemorating 150 important events in the city that have happened over the past 150 years. Together we created a large spatial multimedia installation celebrating the city.

Concept, animation and dramaturgy: Josef Lepša

Music: Aid Kid, NIVVA

Production: Marek Volf, Tomáš Vorel, Natalie Krausová, Veronika Volfová

Supervision: Jan Hrdlička

Technical support: Jiří Wild, Adam Špinka

Sound mix, programming: Jiří Rouš

Metal manufacturing: Maf-ova

Prints: printing house Daniel

Glassworks: Impra

PA: LJ studio