An Aarhus 2017 Commission with Art Centre Silkeborg Bad.
When Callum Morton a couple of years ago for the first time visited the historic and contemporary milieu, he coincidentally re-read Albert Camus’ The Myth of Sisyphus at the same time. This lead to the developing of a new piece relating and interpreting several dimensions of the specific site – historically, architecturally and existentially. In addition, the piece is reading the myth in relation to contemporary living and a global context of society.
The old myth about Sisyphus tell about a man who as a punishment for defying the gods, had to push a rock up a mountain for eternity.
An Aarhus 2017 Commission with Art Centre Silkeborg Bad. Supported by the Obel Family Foundation and 15. Juni Foundation.