Installation Project 98 · Installáció Projekt 98








(1) How long have you been making installations?

Since 1990.

(2) Why did you choose to make installations and not anything else?

I consider installations to be the possible scene for the extension of my works where the relation between image and space and situations inbetween different medias could take place.

(3) What do you think of your own works?

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(4) What do you think the difference is between your own work and other installations?

In my installations I consider important trying new, to me yet unknown ways of visual communication, visual languages; I often experiment with putting my own works into new context, or just put together my previous finished/unfinished/exhibited or not yet exhibited works.

(5) What do you think of the relationship of traditional artwork and installation?

The installations have opened a new perspective primarily in relation to the space as opposed to traditional artworks.

(7) Could you mention the installation you consider to be the largest and the smallest one?

Shiva and Vishnu.

(8) Is there any object or idea that cannot be installed?

Transfigurative transsubstantionalised transmutations of transcendent/transcendental essences could not be transferred.

(10) Do you know any fact that restricts the possibilities of installation?

Given the fact that installations as such have no definite frames, it is rather the previously described theological and conceptual "frames" which could limit the installations.

(11) Do you like making installation for order or at request?

No, unless the request would inspire me to create new works.

Péter KECSKÉS (H)

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