The Key Question is Never About Truth
In the series "the Key Question is Never about Truth" , I have deconstructed the conventional use and meaning of newspapers as objects of information by cutting them into strips. While I was cutting the newspapers, I felt as if I was peeling back the outer, superficial layer of their messages to reveal the secret spaces beneath. By knitting the newspaper’s strips together, I have created a new information object, which has a different structure, context and message. In this way the words, the overload of inconsistent information in the newspapers are reassembled to obtain a still existence: a tangible presence that arises silence.
- 10cm, 400cm, 500cm (Höhe, Breite, Tiefe)
- Papier, Mixed Media