– An interactive and sensory experience at the library here and now

ENTER INVISIBLE SAFARI invites you into all the spaces, all that noticeable, but invisible, all that terribly important  – and thus we still forget them all the time … An experience where you are and your senses are central.

Invisible , yet completely present at the library
How is it possible to be invisible while being an active participant in a kind of game that can be seen at the library?
Wunderland built an installation with library staff. The installation is designed as a small building and must be seen as a kind of game. The whole thing is called “Enter Invisible Safari ” and now it is possible to experience it for yourself with all the senses.
There are 2 different tracks in the game, and they take you around the installation and on to various items in the library . Along the way, you headphones guide you with voice and sound to places, situations and thoughts you had not imagined to experience at a library. It gives inner peace and a chance to think about things in general.

A trip can take up to 40 minutes, but can also be shortened. No matter how long you take for it, it is important to go into the game’s premise and take the time to ponder the questions and statements you hear along the way.

Now a walk on the invisible safari is not just something you can experience, you participate actively in several ways. One should contribute with words, written and spoken. All participants views and experiences are collected and contribute to the content and outcome of the whole experience.


Wunderland by Mette Aakjær
in collaboration with Sigrid Astrup and Rune Brink .

Tone Lunden
Martin Jorgensen

Co-creative assistants:
Nanna Rosalia Sigaard
Peter Berke

Else Birch Therkelsen
Erik Østergaard
Anette Cecilie Præstekær


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