Installation Project 98 · Installáció Projekt 98

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

Miklós Zoltán BAJI / BMZ (H): - A cell <-> the universe.

Dmitry BULATOV (RUS): - With the appearance and development of Internet and various technologies, physical sizes are no more significant for the art of installation.

Monty CANTSIN (CAN): - The universe encoded in the DNA of a mouse.

H. R. FRICKER (CH): - How can you measure an installation, alteration of a social structure or a language?

György GALÁNTAI (H): - Metaphorically saying, the smallest can be a guess and the biggest can be an open mind.

Péter KECSKÉS (H): - Shiva and Vishnu.

Ruggero MAGGI (I): - Largest: Chaos, smallest: Chaos.

Willi R. MELNIKOV-STARQUIST (RUS): - Well, an installation can be large, I mean the Universe, and it may be small like a figure made of a sheet of paper. But often it may appear large and small simultaneously - it's my installation of dreams, propositions and forecasting: it has been shown in a planetary space in my inner vision and at the same time it seems to be very compact when its structure is getting off the ground.

Emilio MORANDI (I): - There are no limitations in the phenomenon installation, it is in strict relation with space, time, form, light, sound.

Jean-François ROBIC (F): - Generally, a molecule seems to be the smallest and - unfortunately - Earth to be the largest installation.

Péter RÓNAI (SK): - The smallest is the CHIP, the biggest, let's say: all the cemeteries of the world.

Matthew ROSE (F): - The Planet Earth (largest), 1,000 angels dancing on the head of a pin (smallest).

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

(9) How does environment affect the installation of the work?

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

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

(12) What do you think of preserving an installation?

(13) Can the value of an installation be estimated and how?

(14) How does copyright apply to installations preserved only in documents?

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

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

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

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

(6) What is the size and material of an installation determined by?