|Interview Martin Walde | Sabine Schaschl | Martin Walde|
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MWThe fact that grains of sand, threads, polystyrene
pellets, keys, and plastic cups shift position and
become mixed was an important event for me.
When the exhibition ended, it had really just started
for me. If it had lasted for tw o years, other, unheard-of
shapes, interactions, questions, and fictions would
have evolved. During the exhibition run the sand had
become the chronicler of internal and external events.
The Web had equally grown both towards the inside
and towards the outside and would have kept doing
so as time went on. I think that the quality of each
of these w orks lies in their potential as organisms.
I have often wondered how an entity or an organism
needs to be designed so that it can survive. To put it
differently: I have often asked myself, "how to keep it
from going to pieces in outer space?". When venturing
bevond the protected areas of experimental arrangements,
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|The interview with Martin Walde appeared in the exhibition catalogue|
|»HUMMING«, Galerie im Taxispalais and Kunsthaus Baselland, (Ed.), 2006.|
|Die deutsche Version des Texts findet sich unter folgendem Link:|