"Reflection" is a poetic performance installation in the urban space, it is also a colorful sculpture, lighting up public places.

“Reflection” had it’s final stop as part of the  DUMBO ARTS FESTIVAL in New York September 26th - 28th 2014. Where CoreAct performed during the three-days festival.  The sculptured house of glass by Tom Fruin remained at the site near Brooklyn Bridge until september 2015



Reflection can be experienced on several levels; as a poetic intimate performance and / or a sculptural interventions in urban spaces 24 hours a day.


Watch video of the performance here:

“Reflection” is a poetic interpretation concerning our daily choices or lack of choices and their consequences to our common future. The colorful glasshouse is inhabited by two performers who portray everyday dilemmas and lifestyle paradoxes in a subtle manner. They have lost the ability to meaningfully discriminate, and are trapped in a long chain of procrastination, mirroring our current social patterns.

The colorful glasshouse sculpture is created by internationally renowned sculptor Tom Fruin from New York who is known to work with collect materials, such as “drug bags”.


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Concept: CoreAct i.e. Anika K Barkan and Helene Kvint

Sound design: Astrid Lomholt

Lighting design: Nuno Neto

Sound design: Astrid Lomholt

Text: Vagn Steen

Video: Johanne Ihle Haarder

Photo: Andreas Bergmann Steen



The Performanceinstallation is supported by

BG-Foundation, Danish Art Workshops, Nová Scéna, The Danish Embassy in Czech Republic, City of Copenhagen’s Performing Art Comittee