Sunday, 25 April 2010

Spectator driven

"I believe that the artist doesn't know what he does. I attach even more importance to the spectator than to the artist" - M. Duchamp

There is too much art to look at and generally there is not enough time to look at the stuff you want to look at. From this highway perspective art has to grab ones attention if only momentarily. The appearance of art in such times should therefore reflect the situation of its audiance.
The Gallery is a highway of images and art that knows its audience starts with presentation and work backwards.

1 comment:

鈺禎 said...

人生的價值以及他的快樂,都在於他有能力看重自己的生存........................................