Baltic Ryder Submission

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Group Ginger recently submitted a proposal for a unique opportunity to produce a fully funded installation at the Baltic Centre. 

Our interest is in creating immersive physical environments that when appropriate are in contrast to their predominate context raising the audiences awareness of their relationship with their environment and how their habits and culture determine a future. We use narrative devices to establish consistency and inform creative decisions.

Co-authorship should mean a balanced and collaborative creative process, which results in an outcome that would not have been possible in isolation.

Our suggested narrative for interpretation, ‘The Little Prince’ Antoine De Saint-Exupery. Have a look at the beautiful illustrations at ‘The Little Prince

The messages and sentiment of the text are as relevant today 2015 as they were when they were written 1943, in the midst of world turmoil. The text is about recognising things of true value and worth.

We would like to create an installation of wonderment.