Protey Temen. Uncertain Praxis

Descriptions. 2018. 60 x 80 cm each one. Print on matte paper. Framed. Edition of 3
Uncertain Praxis Frame
4 December, 2018 to 15 January, 2019

Uncertain practice is a type of activity aimed at conducting experiments without any given goal or a specific question. What are such experiments for? The world around us breathes with confidence of clarity. Chains of events tend to be interpreted through established meanings and cause-and-effect relationships. Step by step, intelligent and educated people help us to flow into the stream of the new time, where everything is as clear as possible. And what happens if you question any of the basic truths? Could it be that the water is not wet, and the fire does not burn? Try to find out for yourself.

At the end of the first academic year, the Inner School of Open Studies, an interdisciplinary art project devoted to the study of the interaction of particles in time and space, was held summer homework. The result of the training was a series of 123 short videos of optional experiments. Methodical practice as a method of eradicating the meaning of the message. The formal basis of the process was the transfer of selected elements of past school sessions from a flat to a volumetric environment, with the corresponding characteristics of physical bodies. At the end of the work, the results were presented in the form of a documentary exhibition. The second part of the project was supplemented with materials for the analysis of previously obtained results, as well as an approach to the organization of the workplace of the laboratory itself. The combination of materials, action dialogue, unfolding of space, the possibility of viewing, a premonition of meaning.

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