Search and Research: Projects in Art and Theory, Cologne

Scott Myles (Artist)

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Abstract

Scott Myles (born 1975 in Dundee) has developed an exhibition for Projects in Art & Theory entitled Search and Research. In December 1977, Dan Graham performed Performer/Audience/Mirror for the first time, a piece in which he describes the relationships between himself (as performer), the audience and the reflection of both in the mirror: "The audience sees itself reflected by the mirror instantly while the performer’s comments are slightly delayed. First a person in himself, next he hears himself described ‘objectively’ (‘subjectively’) in terms of the performer’s perception." This (perceptual-) psychological significance of art at the interface between the verbal and visual is relevant to Scott Myles, yet his work is primarily concerned with the objects reacting to reflections and performative situations. The corresponding relationships between person and space play a secondary role.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationCologne
PublisherProjects in Art and Theory
Media of outputOther
Publication statusPublished - 2009

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