Artist talk with curator Victoria Dejaco on blurring boundaries between art genres
3., Hafengasse 13
Freelance curator Victoria Dejaco talks to artist Simon Iurino about the blurring boundaries of art (Theodor Adorno, 1967), exemplified by Iurino’s works, which meander between walk-in sculpture, sculptural architecture, display, and design. The history of a location can affect the form or material of the object, the title can delineate its concept, external circumstances determine its aesthetics and requirements. An analysis of overlapping categories and their interaction gives an insight into the artist’s methods and thinking processes.