Wednesday, 25 July 2012
Work from his oeuvre.
“I appreciate when a simple maneuver can transform a material, and thereby open up a situation in which that material discloses that it was never solely about its initial conditions. Through research we can come to recognize and execute those interventions. I dont see it as much about re-contextualizing as re-incorporating. Because sometimes systems get stuck. They can get stuck in motion or stuck at dead ends. So the work is to not just get things running again, but to get them running anew. The process feels like the anonymity of transit and the event of coming home. Why some passengers clap at airplane landings.” – Max Stolkin