‘Don’t forget to floss’ is an ephemeral intervention. Fairy-floss is made and installed, re-surfacing this location from the roof tiles, down the walls, transforming the space into a delightful and yet slightly sinister wonderland.
During installation, the audience may choose to become collaborators with the work, contributing by adding more ‘fairy-floss cladding’.
The audience in this collective act, create and contribute to community; a joy is produced by partaking in relationships and materials. The audience are invited to eat the fairy-floss while interacting with the structure. The work’s temporal nature and disintegration are interesting to observe.
[Video of interactive work coming soon…]