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In the performance piece “One more kilometre” by British art duo John Wood and Paul Harrison, a beautiful stream of flying paper is created using a belt sander and a giant stack of copy paper (video). The paper, if stacked end to end, would cover a distance of one kilometer (hence the name). “One more kilometre” was on display in March at Kulturhuset in Stockholm.
John Wood & Paul Harrison One more kilometre
In this collaborative work with John Wood that prods at the relationship between the human figure and architecture, Paul Harrison held down a sanding machine on a huge pile of paper and sent the sheets — measuring a kilometre in all — scuttling across the floor.