[In the name of War]
by Keith Wilson
Moscow Metropolitan Museum, Moscow, Russia
There is maybe a sense of other times in this work, within the present tense transmitted to the screen; this consciousness prompts the artists to deal with the political, the geographical, and the everyday in a non-didactic way. It is up to the viewer to decide whether to immerse in the sub-text, whether or not to participate in the scenario, that gives to its percipient the information that joins with whatever is represented as visual, the statement remains obscure until the juxtaposition of all art works in a continuous collective revelation process, if presented in that way, figures give to the sign which they produce, literature and that, in turn, is easily appropriated by myth.