An Interactive Swinging Pendulum Installation That Encourages Participants to Dance

“Nowhere and Everywhere at the Same Time, N°2” is an interactive installation that tasks participants with navigating a room filled with more than 400 swinging pendulums. In the process of avoiding the pendulums, the participants dodge and sway rhythmically — in other words, they dance. The installation was created back in 2013 by choreographer William Forsythe, and it was most recently displayed at the Brighton Festival in the United Kingdom earlier in May.

photo by Victor Frankowski

photo by Victor Frankowski

photo by Victor Frankowski

photo via William Forsythe

via My Modern Metropolis