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Result #1

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Result #2

welcome home. eat rice and cake. thank you guys, thats a new tradition, finally. The sound of dancing and musicians echoes the sound of the shanty town. Around the corner another statue has been painted over. As though the centuries had forgotten all about the dying statues of Pompeii, the area is filled with figurines of a smiling naked woman, a smiling boy, a smiling dog, a smiling orangutan, and a smiling cat. Only one thing seems to be missing. A man in a square shirt and black trousers, with a blue-and-white orangutan made of paper lanterns, stares out at the setting sun. As his- tiger-topped boots dig in the sand, the man seems to wish to fall into the pool of mud nearby. He has no choice. He is being drowned. A man in his sixties with a cat under his collar stands as a mask on his head. He looks at the crowd. Does this make him a Cacocatli man? And what does this have to do with Ill get the job done? Is this some kitsch woman in a mask? What is her point of departure? The statues have been destroyed, torn up, and broken. What could a group of women do, except watch? No one comes to the rescue.The work in this exhibition is the work of many different people. A search for meaning and identity is manifested in the production and presentation of images, but it also amounts to a search for a purpose. Time is not passed, but remains, rather, the space for an opening, and this exhibition was, in a sense, about space. Time does not end. The work does not lapse, it remains there, but not where it was intended to go. Rather than making it pass, it makes us conscious of our mortality. Time passed here, but it didnt stop the work.

Result #3

welcome home. eat rice and cake. thank you. ii ike well weve been together. Ill see you on the other side. Thank you. he says. Oh Im very happy. what do you think of me? Im very happy. what do you think of me? Im very happy. he says. Oh I dont think of me very much. Im very happy. What do you think of me? Im very happy. What do you think of me? Im very happy. What do you think of me? Im very happy. What do you think of me? Im very happy. Im very happy. He says, Oh my God. Thank you. I love that. Im very happy. Now you have a new friend in town. Do you know why he joined the party? He says, Well I guess hes a funny guy. Im very sorry. Im just saying, I couldnt find any job in town. Im very depressed. Well Ill go back to town and try that one. You can call me. Ill be a part of it. He says. Ill do whatever you want. Im not a professional. Im just a dumb guy. Ill do whatever he wants. He says. Im not a professional. Im just a dumb guy. Im a dumb guy. Ill do whatever he wants. He says. Im a professional. Ill do whatever hes asked. Im a professional. Ill do whatever hes asked. I cant do anything about it. Ill just do it. Im a comedian. Ill do anything he wants. He says. Im gonna do whatever hes asked. Im a professional. Ill do whatever hes asked. Im very serious about it. He says. Im very serious. Ill do whatever hes asked. Ill do whatever hes asked. Im a comedian. Ill do whatever hes asked. Ill do whatever hes asked. Im a professional. Im very serious about it. He says. Im very serious. Ill do whatever hes asked. Im a professional. Ill do whatever hes asked. Im a professional.

Result #4

welcome home. eat rice and cake. thank you very much. ca. 1990, an interactive installation, was made by four female artists. Eight pieces, each about four and a half feet tall, were arranged in a row. On the left, one could see the six participants, who stood facing each other, in a small semicircular room, with a table and chairs facing them. One could see that the piece was going on at a nearly parallel angle to the other participants, so that the space between them was nearly square; in this large circle, the meeting of the eight members made the circle nearly square, so that their line of sight was almost completely obscured. On the right, the right-hand group gathered around a chair, where they spread out a different pattern of handmade paper rice cake. Each of the participant had arranged her own cake in this pattern, and they presented each piece individually, with a one-to-one relationship between the shapes of the cakes. The arrangements of the cakes were more abstract, and the group of female artists appeared as though at a stage set, their poses made more delicate by the presence of crayon drawings. It seemed that they were giving the audience a peculiarly sophisticated, complex, if muted, way of seeing.One of the most striking aspects of the piece was the fact that it could be seen as both a sculpture and a drawing. A sculpture is an object that, on the one hand, can be made to function as a pedestal for a pedestal, and at the same time can be a unique object with a particular place in the world. In this case, a stone, a collection of things, or a cooking utensils became the elements of a sculpture. The meanings of this simple object were partly revealed by the drawings, but the stones and pieces of stone were never obliterated. It is possible to see this work as a commentary on the current fashion for art, where art is largely an act of unveiling and decoding the body.

Result #5

for being here. These are the cards that bring her home. Me too, Kim Leopoldi, an artist, is not allowed to enter any room of the apartment or collect anything, but her work is far too large to be housed. The exhibition was designed to be experienced one at a time. In spite of a twelve-minute time-delay built into the model, the viewer was invited to construct the complete experience and compose the room in his/her own way. This is the classic act of art in which the artist is asked to assume a role that is rarely given in traditional art: the artist as collector.By reducing themselves to a minimum, the young Dutch artists (Mirjam K/artists Nadja Aden, Raymond Kalliow, and Susanne Pletz) succeeded in providing the most complete exhibition to date. The remaining eight or ten works, with many of the original artists, were spread throughout a smaller, half-empty room. The feeling was that of attending a housewarming party; the interrelationship between the artists was enormous, but one that was structured by the experience of the room. Its minimal setting and a carefully chosen and arranged, serene and austere assortment of objects emphasized the dignity of art and what is normally placed in the gallery space. The atmosphere was lifted. In this way, Kim Leopoldis installations also function as performances—a part of the experience of being an artist. She has created an environment with a new dimension that makes all the other work in the exhibition seem insignificant and only slightly more interesting.At this point, Kim Leopoldis work seems to have been separated from the world of art. But one can only hope that she will come back from the dead and will find a way to bring art back into the home. Otherwise, Leopoldis installation will remain, on the surface, very dry.

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