Herman Kolgen: 'Inject'

Date 27.07.2012

Deadline 27.07.2012


For one day only, artist and audiocinetic sculptor Herman Kolgen's award-winning installation Inject will open free to the public at Hengrove Park Leisure Centre. Projected on a giant screen at Hengrove's Olympic size pool, Inject depicts a human body immersed in a large cistern of water. Over 45 minutes the water pressure builds and the oxygen depletes, affecting the figure's nervous system. A remarkable sequence of live mixed sound and video illustrates a loss of touch with reality and invites a floating audience to consider the relationship between human biology and emotion.


The Artist will be giving a talk on Wed 25 July at 18:30 at Watershed. Then on Fri 27, don your swimsuit and experience this stunning work at the pool: float in the water while the projection is played on a giant screen or simply watch from the spectator seats.

Performances at Hengrove are free and take place at 21:00 and 22:00. Book your free tickets to the performance here or call: +44 (0)117 927 5100

Commissioned by Bristol City Council, part of Hengrove Park Public Art Programme. Supported by Picture This and InBetween Time. Work contains nudity.

INJECT EXTRACT 02 from Herman Kolgen on Vimeo.