[...] amounts to nothing other than a plea for a new genre of theatre; and theatre is now the negation of art.
[...] is theatrical because, to begin with, it is concerned with the actual circumstances in which the beholder encounters [...]
- Michael Fried, “Art and objecthood”1967
A series of silhouettes of, what used to be, iconic objects of a certain authority.
What kind of bodies are these to you now, and what is the form of passage that this encounter leads to?
shapes and dimensions are derived from sculptural works by Robert Morris:
Untitled (Mirrored cubes), 1965
Four units, each 53,3 X 53,3 X 53,3 CM
Steel Mesh Ls, 1988
Three units, each 243,8 X 243,8 X 60,9 CM
Two Columns, 1961
Two units, each 244 X 61 X 61 CM
present at de Brakke Grond during the exhibition Uncut: "ARE YOU ALIVE OR NOT? Looking at art through the lens of theatre" march 18-22nd, 2015