Rabbit Hole Tables offers the opportunity for people to imagine themselves inhabiting a different place with a friend or stranger, using their hands as avatars. Each of the six tables has a different miniature setting under glass (a dance studio, a beach, a city playground, a fencing piste, a spa massage room, and a croquet court). As the participant sticks their hand into a hole in the side of a table, it becomes a character in the landscape, where it can socialize with other hands: dancing, giving a massage, building sand castles, fencing, playing miniature tetherball or croquet. Let's get small.
Experimental Arts Festival,
Paradise Valley Community College
Six 4 ft x 2 ft x 2 ft painted wood tables, tempered glass, model materials.