Artist Daniella Rubinovitz whom we know from the gigantic pink glasses sculpture "La vie en rose" that stood in the Oeverlanden, created the interactive sculpture PLAY. The project consists of 5 human scale figures that have moveable limbs and heads. The concept is that people can physically create new scenes and share them with others. This is done on their own and/or in collaboration with others. Danielle Rubinovitz states that PLAY "Is about touching the art and having influence on the image. This uses your autonomy; you make the decision about what the image will say. You have permission to express what you see and make it real and then share it with others.” The sculpture will be available for 2 months at NDSM Fuse Gallery. From 13 February until5 April. Festive opening will be on 20 February, 2020 from 5pm till 7 pm.