Video Loop HD screen
ZK/U Openhouse Berlin 2018
MENDIL is a video work, which is shown as loop on a TV. A child hand is represented on the screen, which is literary holding a tissue under the nouse of the visitor. The TV as humanised object is upturned, as if it would reply the view of the spectator. Through the created imbalance of position and levels of perspectives, terms as superorder and suborderbecome present. The idea of gesture (offer, donation, invitation) is picked up out of daily life situations. This shall underline the reproduction of a reality based context inside of an artistic context. The unseen, not seeable is put into foreground. How can the unvisible become apparent? Does our view changes due to this kind of confrontation? How are we interacting with it?