The Arbitrary Order Of Things, Neatly Rigor In Small Groups,
To Any Direction, 2014
Marble, wood, glass, metal, ricepaper, clips, paper,
photocopies, masking tape,
From the exhibition 'The Symptom Projects 05 / Failure'
at the former hospital of Amfissa, Greece
Curated By Theodoros Zafeiropoulos
The installation continues to be in a suspended state of design, in a continuous flow and evolution between the beginning and its completion. It gives the feeling of being in an intermediate phase, thus developing a relation to the 'uncompleted'. The spatial development of the objects that constitute it - worthless industrial materials such as: marble, wood, glass, iron, rice paper, clips, paper, photocopies, paper tape - produces monumentality, while the assembled objects give rise to a new work. The external factors, such as the note of someone, can directly overturn its own structure, thus revealing to the spectator a nearer approach/observation, which continually readjusts the concept of the 'original idea'. A recording of the process is imprinted on the space, an ever-renewable attempt to approach the final objective.
Excertpt from the 'The Symptom Projects 05 / Failure' catalog.