“A boundary is not that at which something stops but . . . the boundary is that from which something begins its presencing.”
A visual representation of Heidegger’s 1969 seminal essay on sculpture Art and Space, this hand-painted screenprint addresses the abstruse and difficult meaning of Heidegger’s aesthetic theories. Heidegger explored the nature of space not as emptiness but as the material used for human relations, where art emerges from the gap between the meaninglessness of materiality and the meaning endowed by history and social relations.
The edition limited to twenty copies each signed, numbered, and hand colored by the artist.