The Leap was my first work with installations. In this installation ideas such as lies, truth and untruth - Realization, unrealization, choice and transcendence were examined. The entire conceptual basis was taken from Ibsen's dramatic poem Peer Gynt, but brought into a contemporary philosophical context. The Leap also had a highly tactile and physical side. Through a buck simulator, half Ibsenian Frankenstein and half dystopian machine, Peer Gynt’s leap would be realized, and in this way the philosophical problem could be experienced on the body. The sound of the installation was based on Grieg's national romantic orchestral music.
The Leap was shown at Kunstnernes Hus in 1999, and at the National Theatre during the Ibsen Festival in 2000.