refurbished power plant and the turbine hall (the TH in the show's title) is reserved for very large and very ambitious installations. Ms Gonzalez-Foerster -- who was born in Strasberg and lives in Paris -- has temporary control over it and she has created . . .
Well, primarily it is a shelter. Hundreds of blue and yellow metal bunk beds. Scattered among them are oversized reproductions of famous sculptures. As the artist explains, "
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on the (bare, mattressless) beds are copies of science fiction disaster novels. NAME as it transpires was a fan of SF from an early age and her choices are pleasantly literate: Fahrenheit 451, The Purple Cloud, Vurt, Make Room! Make Room!, Hiroshima Mon Amour, We, The [something] of [something], The Man in the High Castle, and so on . . . Scattered among the beds are giagantic sculptures. As the artist explains, "The