In my first solo exhibition Me, a Self-portrait as an Artwork, I focus – quite satirically – on the artist’s self-discovery process. The accompanying exhibition consists exclusively of 24 self-portraits, made in 24 hours, one portrait each hour, in the same size, which reflect on different postures and depict various moments, as well as a three panel painting on canvas with the statement I Have To Make an Artwork Everyday.
The presenatation of myself during the exhibition period of three weeks was the main point, since I removed my housing to the gallery. My own physical appearance in the space was an attempt to collapse the distance between the artist and the viewers.
series of 24 drawings, each 42 x 59,5 cm, colour pencil on paper