Collaboration Project with Olivia Porgand

Collaboration Project with Olivia Porgand

Install Composition 2010

Install Composition 2010

Installation Project 2010

adresses the viewer directly as a literal presence in the space.
rather than imagining the viewer as a pair of disembodies eyes that survey the work from a distance, installation art presupposes an emboddied viewer.
the insistence on the literal presence of the viewer is arguably the key characteristic of installation art.
I like the viewer to be able to move, so that there’s choice. I like there to be pathways.
by engaging the surrounding space in this intimate fashion, an installation can speak to and about that specific space, to ponder its physical and theoretical being - its identity.
viewer is in the present, experiencing temporal flow and spatial awareness
the lifelike qualities of installation art group themselves around two paramount matters: space and time. The viewer is asked to investigate the work of art as much as he or she might explore some phenomenom in life, making one’s way through actual space and time in order to gain knowledge.