Thursday, January 18, 2007

Ivan Kafka's works can be labeled installations, but more accurately they are confrontations and dialogues with the surrounding environment. Sometimes the process involves creatively filling a space, at other times it is more a matter of asserting a presence or rearranging particular existing elements. In all cases, however, Kafka transforms landscapes in a way that is striking, yet unobtrusive.

1 comment:

Josh said...

questions: are those arrows? are they suspended from the ceiling or fixed to a wall?