Jasmine Valandani
The question for me always is how can I make you aware of your own activity of looking, instead of losing your attention to thoughts about what it is that you are looking at. Uta Barth

An artwork that does not show change within our time-span of attending to it we tend to regard as 'object'. An artwork that does show change within our time-span of attending to it we tend to regard as 'event'. An artwork that outlives us we tend to regard as 'eternal'. What is at issue is that we ourselves are the division that cuts across what is essentially a sliding scale of time-bases. A piece of paper on the wall is as much a duration as the projection of a film. Anthony McCall
Space remains in oblivion without light. Light’s shadow and shade, its different sources, its opacity, transparency, translucency, and conditions of reflection and refraction intertwine to define and redefine space. Light subjects space to uncertainty, forming a kind of tentative bridge through fields of experience. Steven Holl
This is not just a matter of a reaction of touch against sight so much as a rethinking of vision which incorporates touch, where touch becomes an index of vision – a temporal imprint of looking—of the time it takes to see. Briony Fer
The aspects of things that are most important for us are hidden because of their simplicity and familiarity. Ludwig Wittgenstein

Our own body is in the world as the heart is in the organism. Maurice Merleau-Ponty