THE FIFTY ELEVEN PROJECT is an intimate and immersive experience of music, art, and film based on the real story of Kasper Bjorke. It’s a poetic tale exploring love & death, and our resilient nature to survive. It abstractly explores the significance of time through in a site specific installation; including 11 different films for 11 compositions, all showing together on 11 different screens. Each film will be on a continuous loop throughout the exhibition.

With the two hour long ambient epos THE FIFTY ELEVEN PROJECT by Kasper Bjørke Quartet as the soundtrack, the visual artist and director Justin Tyler Close engages into an audio-visual non verbal dialogue with two narrative layers: One man’s struggle with cancer and anxiety while facing his own mortality versus mankind’s impact on planet earth.

We join our protagonist on his odyssey before, during and after his cancer diagnosis, from the fear of relapse - to the healing light of being loved; all while accepting his own mortality and reconnection to nature.