Welcome to the journey to darkness where nothing is predictable.

What is the everyday life like in the eternal night of north pole? Sabine Popp’s exhibition Remote Sensing examines northern darkness and the effects of geographical environment on human body.

The installation consists of moving images, sound and photograph. Popp asks whether it is possible to translate the bodily experience of extreme isolation and darkness by technology.

Like arctic life itself also the exhibition is under constant change. Sabine Popp transfers Titanik Gallery into a stage, where the setting will alter and audience will see, hear and experience today something different than tomorrow.

The installation is based on Popp’s journey to the village of Ny-Ålesund in the Norwegian archipelago by boat and plane. These elements will merge with elements of scientific research.

Opening of Remote Sensing: December 13th at 6-8pm.