hommage à alfred hitchcock

1968
Concept for a Movie Environment

A closed corridor leads single visitors to their movie experience. Light signs on the floor point to a steel plate that is under current. The visitors as Hitchcock’s heroes are led from familiar domains to a point where their proper experiences fail. No movie script tells them how far they may engage in that adventure, they must decide themselves how far they can go. They do not know whether the plate really is under current or just a bluff. What remains is the supense of insecurity before they step onto the plate.

Hans Scheugl, 1968

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