The art of not doing much
Engineered spontaneity is key on the rare occasions I "perform". Over-preparation is meticulously avoided. In fact I do as little as possible. Interaction with the public is optional, while a sudden violent "deconstruction" goes down well at parties. "Controlled chaos" was the motto at Gallery Wallywoods. A happening or intervention can take place anywhere at any moment, and need involve nothing more than the rearrangement of some stuff or the dripping of some paint.
In the clip a group visit to our Zurich studio is awkward. But the day is saved with the casual vandalisation of a perfectly good 100 year old piano...