SwingScape at the “Build what here” exhibition at DAC, the Danish Architecture Centre
On May 6, 2011, DAC opens an exhibition showing the winning project and other highlighted proposals from the Danish Architecture Centre (DAC) and Roskilde Festival’s architectural design competition. The exhibition includes SwingScape, developed by the Center of Interactive Spaces. SwingScape is an interactive installation that comes into play at the visitor’s physical activities. The installation invites people into an activity which most of us know from our childhood – to swing.
With the competition DAC and Roskilde Festival wanted to give people the chance to influence the physical surroundings at the 2011 Roskilde Festival. They were looking for an architectural design that engage people, something that make them stop and think. A place to rest, hang out or a place to have fun with your fellow festival guests.
The Roskilde Festival architecture has a long tradition of working in a sustainable manner and designing temporary structures that look fantastic and can be re-used again and again.