January 26, 2008
a very simple work, which was part of a bigger installation i created last year...but in the meantime i like it a lot separated from the original work....could be translated like "knowing where to go"
i started some reflexions about my forthcoming china artist-in -residency project.i created some first works - basic ideas.nothing finished-just some trials based on material and esthetical questions.a lot of ideas, such as: relations between traditionnal chinese art and global(western?)art market, skin, faces, symbols.... which need to get a concrete form as soon i received an impression of chinese reality and investigated my beijing atelier. much more of it...very soon!!
January 20, 2008
January 19, 2008
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January 13, 2008
some people "complained" i'd not show enough of my own artwork here....ok as you want...let's change this. here's a review of a show i did some years ago in the st john's home and its chapel on the subject of "eternity". as always i tried to investigate the space with some "decent" interventions and used some thoughts/text, shown above and this one by salvatore quasimodo.
as we were just into japanese...this is the cover of the latest publication of ken-ichi murata, a photographer whos work wasn't shown a lot outside of japan until now. together with his muse/model yumiko yamasaki, who also masterfully handcolors the black-and-white prints, they find inspiration in ancient japanese fairytales to create their erotic visions.
creations based on tales like "kojiki" where a goddess raises vegetables and crops using her urine and feces, or "mushi mezuru himegimi" taken from a collection of short stories from the 11th century talking about a princess who loved insects, especially caterpillars, before they turned into butterflies.
photography between life and death, always with a (sometimes extreme) erotic connotation!
January 02, 2008
for those who didnt see it yet...there are some more performances this month in "kasemattentheater", next to my showroom in luxembourg-bonnevoie!
a wonderful mixture of text, movement, music, poetry...hold together by an incredible performance of yuko!
not to be missed!!