TA, or Telemark Arbeiderblad, came and interviewed us at the Berlin Weekly during the Character Walk and Pictoplasma. They stayed for a long time and they really showed interest for our little robot. A little girl were also interviewed about our exhibition and she got some cardboard Papp-skins to decorate at home. We were also pleased that they mentioned our financial contributors Norsk Kulturråd, Vekst i Grenland and Drangedal Kommune, which are of great importance in these kind of projects.
A small clip from our talk at the Pictoplasma Conference at Kino Babylon, Bard explaining the robot and its movements and usually not so silent Hilde interacting with Papp.
Bard explaining Papp at Berlin Weekly Gallery in Mitte, during the Character Walk. We loved beeing there and talk to all the lovely people visiting. Even though it was supposed to be a window-gallery, we could´nt keep away and kept it open for as much as we could. We only closed when we wanted to see a talk or go see all the other shows. It was simply wonderful and we enjoyed every minute of it!
Click here to look at Pictoplasmas images from the Papp exhibition and the workshop we held the first day.
Hilde got interviewed during the unpacking and execution of our exhibition at the Pictoplasma Character Walk 2011. Akinori Oishi and Ian Stevenson was two of the eight artists to customize Papp, which we proudly presented on this bad hair-day...