Saturday, 26 January 2013
Work from her oeuvre.
“The grid is dead. It hasn’t been around for a long time. There are no grids in alien DNA. The grids were a part of the New Post Era. Their ideas were romantic but futile and the bickering concerning capital blocked their minds. It is so long ago. We remember but we don’t feel it, that’s the truth. Our teachings tell us that the evil architecture of the past is easily avoided if one knows, the suicide rates went down drastically after the creators got on the righteous path. Still some resist. It is understandable. It must be allowed to not follow the others, strict determinism must be rejected. But their old ways kill people, there is no doubt about it. The Shar energy depletes until there is no will left to live. Beauty is costly. Beastly.
The body seen as sculpture. Structures. We can study its functionality and disposition. It is the home and the cathedral; the foundation, bricks and pillars. The walls surrounding the ego. The fortress around the heart. An exposé of authority and release of such.
Sculptural language is broad as it stems from a commonplace where an object is under the human rule. For while the object is not dead the tango of death between the human and the object starts instantaneously, and the silence seems to only further amplify the relational tension in the question whether or not the object will overturn the balance between the human and itself.” – Tiril Hasselknippe, Mythology Lives Longer