During the exhibition period, one could hear a daily call from central places in the city where a person was moving through the city. As security guards and street vendors who previously called in to the city, and who the residents could arrange and orient themselves according to, Akselbo's call is more ambiguous. It is both a warning and an information. The ambiguity lies in what is heard: a reading of Aesop's fable of "The Wolf Comes".

Foto: Kathrine Uldbæk Nielsen

supported Danish Art Counsil