Innerberg, Tenna-GPS: 46.741915, 9.330061
Description: By outlining a basketball field in the forest, the modern notations of materiality and measurement become Natürlich. The ground is no longer flat and the ball can be easily slip downhills. This basketball court is made of both human and nature, by playing in the forest, a new set of rules will also be made in play.
Participatory art, wood, saw dust, hay; size. 11m x 6m
Kaiho Yu (b. 1992, China) is a researcher and artist currently based in Vienna. He is interested in new media, simulation, robotics and eventually, how human and robots play with each other.