The White Bouncy Castle is a choreographic object and inflatable art installation created and conceived by American Dana Caspersen and German William Forsythe. The adult-sized moon bounce changes depending on the way people move when they step into it. Currently this creative artwork is being shown at Berlin’s Foreign Affairs festival.
The whimsical work is designed to have only participants, and not merely spectators. The piece is meant to destabilize people and rid them of their inhibitions, so they can fully embrace and appreciate absurdity and enjoy themselves. Intended to bring out one’s inner child, the resulting feelings of euphoria are infectious.
The White Bouncy Castle not only evokes joyous feelings, but also does so in a clean and deceivingly elegant setting.
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