Oh dear, I'm so late. It's already been a month since the festival, which was a very good one on the whole. I wasn't very happy about the rain but I could cope. When it came to CCTV music, it was all quite messy. There was a misunderstanding already at the booking, I think, because we thought that the installation was supposed to be running throughout the entire festival. We arrived already on Wednesday (festival starts on Thursday) to hang our stuff, and we did. When it was all done, it turned out that it could run for no more than two hours on Saturday afternoon. Quite disappointing. On Thursday, we got the offer to have the installation running in a different part of the festival, the Pirate Tent, so on Friday morning we moved all our stuff there. It didn't turn out too good either. The pirates needed to prepare their own stuff, and CCTV music was turned on for maximum 15 mins at a take. I was annoyed. On Saturday morning, we moved camera, computer, and cables back to the 8 bit room for the scheduled installation. Unfortunately, the technicians didn't show up which delayed the whole thing even more. Further more, it was interupted by an unexpected wedding in Mimer!

Anyway, the short hours we had the installation running, it was very appreciated by the few people who found their way there - as always. It makes me as happy every time to see people play and dance and enjoy themselves in the installation which is partly my creation. And we've already got plans for next year's festival. Hopefully, they'll work out better then. :)

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