For one night the bridge becomes an installation, a performance, a situation. The work can be seen as a performance, which emphasises its temporal character. Because of this performative character, it situates itself between a thing and an event. The installation is not, it occurs, it happens, it takes time.
Although being aesthetically abstract it can also be seen as a narrative piece. This can be found in the role of the passers-by who in this temporal situation transcend into being actors and viewers at the same time – there’s a scenographic nature to the installation. The viewer/actor becomes a part of (the) space and time.