Mark

1. Behind the screen


2015
with Dafni Retzepi
                       

We started discussing all together around the table, then suddenly we turned our heads to the same direction, stopped talking and stayed like this for several moments. Afterwards, we continued eating in the living room staring at the same point, looking at each other through the screen. Slowly this screen came approaching towards each one of us, and then we started talking again, around the table, in the living room, from the bathroom.

Tomorrow we might all return to the dining table once again, or move our office in our bedroom.  The distinction of functions becomes blurry. The necessities change the functions, and functions change the usage. What remains is space, a well-determined space which will keep its quality through the changes to come.




Mark