|Titre :||Parkett, 71 - septembre 2004|
|Type de document :||Bulletin : texte imprimé|
|Paru le :||01/09/2004|
|Année de publication :||2004|
|Catégories :||BREUNING Olaf ; PHILLIPS Richard ; RIST Pipilotti ; TYSON Keith|
"The subject matter is of little importance, and ultimately, what is on view matters just a little. It is always the same story: all images are of equal value, all scenarios are possible. Breuning's motto encapsulates it: "Whatever." His works are extraordinary catalysts for interpretation, powerful scenario-machines, intriguing and visually fascinating tableaux, but at the end of the tunnel, the message is clear and unequivocal: "Whatever.""
"Whatever the case, it is better NOT to see these pictures in reproduction, but to see the originals, live and physical, no matter how much they pretend to be infinitely reproductible. It is best to see them the way they claim they do not want to be seen: face-to-face. Because only then can one sense the special nature of the change and the prolonged sessions during which the artist appropriates this painting."
"Faced with the contradiction inherent in the notion that the infinitude of all possibilities should be grasped by the structures of our minds and, consequently, that the expanding universe is purely an extrapolation of a finite universe, Keith Tyson devises strategies to invent rules. He neither comes up with static "world pictures" nor with linear sequences of pictures. Instead he seeks completely new rules by which a major player could generate his own worlds."
Hans Rudolf Reust
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