White lacquer on wooden office desk, acrylic marker, five woods 200 x 10cm
Installation view of Grind&Shine Inc. curated by Cake&Cash collective at Kunstverein Harburger Bahnhof, Hamburg, 2021, Credits: Jáno Möckel
BLUE: “ID > education and work > income and expenses > life or death”
GREEN: “Health System for Healthy Zombies”
YELLOW: “Function of Art in Neoliberal World”
RED: “Organization of Space, Organisation of People”
ORANGE: “1999 Education after Bologna process”
PURPLE: “Surveillance and Control”
I processed the last semester of my studies in the form of a diary into a multidimensional text that contains my data, observations and dreams. Rejecting the calculating machine as a writing tool, with the parallel discovery of recommended literature, or my own research, I look deeper into the cruel innocence of the ordinary day.
At the end of the semester, I ask questions arising from diary entries and which I write on the desk from my work. Each question has an appropriate category or categories.