Trashhand and Johan Tonnoir reimagine Frank Gehry-designed masterpiece.
Bending Gravity at the Guggenheim Museum Bilbao presents the unique perspectives of two urban explorers; Trashhand and Johan Tonnoir. Working alongside each other for the first time, they capture and reimagine Frank Gehry-designed masterpiece, offering two perspectives that only meet through the lens of Trashhand's camera.
Johan Tonnoir is a free runner based in Paris. He has been practicing since the age of 9.
"I do not consider my practice as dangerous providing I am in control of my environment. The difficulty however lies in the anticipation of each stunt, the doubts and the pressure of that anticipation."
"Your body and your mind have to be connected. You have to listen to both to understand your physical limitations and let your mind go."
"Running and exploring unseen corners of the museum, and being the first to have ever done it, was an incredible experience
My jump between both towers was my main challenge during this film. From the moment I saw it, it called me."
"'The Matter of Time' took me into a different space and time. It made me want to use my stunts to convey the way I felt in the sculpture."
"Walking through 'The Matter of Time' was an incredible experience and it's something I will never forget. Walking through that art installation you feel things you never thought you would."