‘Silent Conversations’ is an investigation of communication through a purely visual language. The installation consists of a video projection onto a large screen. The projection appears as a misty window with anonymous people standing in the background. Each person draws a mark or a sign on the screen. The nature of the marks is naive – basic imagery which reveals our common thoughts and desires.
abstract objects, communication, drawing (artistic creation), performance (art forms), projection, silence
Axel Antas (Author), Axel Antas (Director)
Axel Antas is a multi-disciplinary artist from Finland who lives and works in London. He graduated from Goldsmiths College, University of London in 2000. In his works, Antas uses a combination of photography, site-specific installation, drawing and film, and he explores the awkwardness and disharmony of man’s failure to connect with his surroundings. Antas is best known for his use of man-made clouds – the attempt to momentarily mimic nature in the photographic series Interventions (2005-06).