Galleria Sculptor, 29 January to 16 February 1997
"What does it stand for?"
"It stands for your question and, at the same time, the
answer to it. "
A piece of sculpture poses questions and provides answers in
the language of form. The language of form is just like any written
or spoken language. Here it consists of steel plates. Metal plates
have been cut and welded into figures. The reflecting surfaces duplicate
forms and create new non-tangible spaces.
As an artist, I have aspired for "correctness" and clarity. However,
like any sentence that is grammatically correct, a piece of sculpture
can have ambiguous meanings.
I hope that my sculptures will "communicate" to the viewer, stimulate
ideas from the limits of awareness. Assuming that my sculptures
can ask questions, they must, in the name of art, also provide answers.
An answer that cannot be expressed in words is conveyed from beyond
awareness by the strength of form.