Jeppe Hein, “Continuity Inbetween” Town Installations

“Continuity Inbetween”, 2006 Courtesy: SCAI THE BATHHOUSE, Tokyo

October 21 (Fri) 17:30 - 24:00
October 22 (Sat) 11:00 - October 23 (Sun) 6:00
Reine Roppongi Building 4F
5-3-4 Roppongi, Minato-ku
[Participation fee]
An architectural installation creating a space within a space. The two gently curving walls have small 10cm holes from which 2cm-diameter jets of water are emitted to connect the two walls. The intense stream of water flows almost horizontally for 3 meters, enabling viewers to visually experience both speed and the law of gravity.


Jeppe Hein

Born in Copenhagen in 1974, he graduated from the Royal Danish Academy of Art. He is known for his interactive installations that employ architectural elements. In Japan, he has held solo exhibitions at the 21st Century Museum of Contemporary Art, Kanazawa, Contemporary Art Gallery at Art Tower Mito, and SCAI THE BATHHOUSE in Tokyo. His work has been selected for the collections of Tate Modern, Centre Pompidou, the Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, Rijksmuseum, and more.