Thursday, March 7, 2013

Someone Who Refuses to Use His Brain

"So all of these things we’re talking about become traveling descriptions, or like a cognitive dissident thing that ends up in a kind of binary displacement stuck between two poles."

Friday, February 22, 2013

It's Friday!

Here's an emu that looks like Samuel Beckett:

. . . and the Meatballs?

"The spaghetti is not just theoretical but a literal component in the work."

Sunday, February 10, 2013

Unknown Nowns

"Knowledge, or know-how with a 'k' and then no-how without the 'k.' In between these two types of know-how and no-how-- the second no-how rather influenced by Samuel Beckett-- I would want to say that there are a range of types of productions of knowledge which we might want to scrutinize and examine in terms of the courtyard."

Thursday, February 7, 2013

I Scream, You Scream, We All Scream . . .

"The project is scouting for a public space in the public space through the possibility of a scream. [ . . . ] The inaudible scream that lingers in those photographs perhaps brings into question their political existence."

Friday, February 1, 2013

Let's Make a Deal

"[The artist] centres in her work a deal with a political and sociocultural reality, with objects, images, texts that move and disturb the status by questioning its meaning and appearances, by overturning the relations between the work and its space, and by instituting the viewer as an essentiel component of the work's sense.

Thursday, January 31, 2013

Save Me

"[Title of work], a safe buoy floating above a prominent dark mauve backdrop, emerges as a real existing presence and uncompromising contradiction on visual. The object enlightens itself to be a display of a deceiving construct, revealing its true form through traces of paint. In view of this, [the artist] carries out a performative exploration of duration and its relationship to ideas of time and space through a profound investigation of painting."