Featured as part of this art exhibition is the unique experience of body and movement created by the interactive light art installation “Dobpler” by Stig Skjelvik.
From the museums webpage:
“The human body has been the sculptor’s favourite motif from as far back as antiquity. It was not until the 20th century that sculpture became abstract and experimental. It is specifically the body in sculpture which has, since antiquity, been the pivotal point for the feelings and narratives the artists have wanted to express concerning the great universal themes of human life. The history of sculpture as an art can, therefore, also be seen and related through the way the artists through the ages have let body language, movement, and, not least, pose speak about such themes as love, loss, sorrow – life and death.”