2008. február 22., péntek
"The images in Thoughtless Acts organize evidence of our subconscious engagement with the world and the objects and spaces that define it. The photos define a small universe of action, a taxonomy: reacting, adapting, co-opting, etc. Ways we engage thoughtlessly."
This line of thinking has entered into our work in as much as finding significance or beauty (as we have previously put it) in the scenes and objects found at the Ecseri Piac. Not only this, but looking at the way we interact and use our environment, the almost appropriated ergonomics of a place, and treating it as art. Above a clothes rail has been used to frame an image. There is nothing to have stopped anyone seeing this scene for themselves, perhaps in the live context it is something we would miss, but by documenting it in this way it is given importance.