A 1920's cuddle bordello of your wildest fantasies: bar + acoustic music stage + intimate cuddle space + fire.
Paintings in nice frames, carpets, lots of red, an open fire, intimate semi-secluded cuddle spaces that may be used for play time, and a stage for jamming. Perfect for foxy behaviour.
Keywords include: debauchery, oxytocin, velvet and debauchery.
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It’s starting to get cold.
You and your new friend are coming down from some lovely dance-a-thon. Your body is full of magic and you are nowhere close to sleep. Holding hands in the night, you walk across the borderland, that lovely space between what you see now and what you feel may be true. You want to express it. Want to feel it take shape.
In the forest above the heart you can see some lights and hear some swinging deep drumming tunes. A fire is warming giggling space creatures drinking tasty virgin cocktails. It beckons you to its warmth.
Behind the fire a structure filled with armchairs, nice lighting and carpets is standing tall. Its semi-secluded cuddle-alcoves are pretty full, but you find a delicious spot between other angels.
Your hymn is for the ages.
Foxhole camp (and friends)!
20 people - 30 people. Serious cuddle passion. Some of us know how to work with wood. Some of us know music. Some of us know how to make divine virgin cocktails.
Team = Camp Foxhole with friends helping us with the art project.
Plan = Build it! We have plenty of carpenting and burner project experience.
Most stuff will be sourced nearby.
We will create a trashstation with signs.
Tarpaulin - 8X12 meters times 2 = 1558 DKK
Wood, estimate = 2000 DKK
Robs and tent pegs = 160 DKK
Beds, mattresses and decoration via flea markets = 2000 DKK
Lighting and stage = 1500 DKK
Transport = 1500 DKK
Give us less and we will make it work at smaller scale.
Join the build! The more the merrier.
Congratulations! You've stumbled upon something special. Borderland is a participatory festival that takes place in Boesdal, Denmark. It's a fully participatory event where everything is created by the participants themselves, with out any spectators.