Aeron Bergman, who worked on sound, gave me a cassette tape from his grandpa...
The Fish and the Butterfly (1999)
The notion of the death of the author made the spectator's
participation as a post modern style. I like to examine what
is important relationship between the authors/artists and their
audience; also the relationship between the artists and their
works of art. I like to question where the boundaries of the
self are. Is it possible to distinguish in any clear way between
private/public or inner/outer selves?
This project was executed by myself and other artists who concentrate on different principles in their art making. We exchange ideas, images and objects of our own work to each other, then create individual work based on the others image as a source. It is about the interaction which refers to the relationship between artist and viewer, rather than the cooperation of two artists.
What we are presenting is the consciousness in our mind through the whole process from the beginning to the outcome. We agree that Art doesn't reproduce what we see, but makes us see. The authorship of artists does not render the visible world, but make the world visible.