Wednesday, December 13, 2006


from a talk with Maurits Cornelis,
who spent a few months observing
Kantor work in Poland in the 80's

it is not the appearance but what doesn't appear that one sees

using the emballage with the awareness that is not what it is about - and then it becomes more and more what it is about
not showing the emballage, but showing that the real thing is not there
how to expose behaviour so that what comes through is the lack of a real existence

the more one does nothing the emballage or behaviour becomes dramatic or comic

deny something and you start to address it

lack of something: drama

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