too young to be perfect
 As the oldestdefinition of "perfection", fairly precise and distinguishing theshades of the concept, goes back to Aristotle. In Book Delta ofthe Metaphysics, he distinguishes three meanings of the term, orrather three shades of one meaning, but in any case three different concepts.That is perfect:

1. which iscomplete — which contains all the requisite parts
2. which is sogood that nothing of the kind could be better
3. which hasattained its purpose
  
In the all meanings of perfection, the matter musthave reached a certain value. And if the values are variable depending onpeople's personal views, morals and lifestyle; it's only possible for someparticular sections. Even though it's not possible to reach the concept of 'the perfection' because of the samereason.

Fromthe beginning, people want to reach more and more all the time to improvethemselves and everything between. In order to this, the progress is stillongoing and people have already passed through too many improvements which wereperfect in past. However, we can never be sure about the concept; because italways depends on the things which are effective to the subject and alsoexpectations. Thus, maybe something perfect at this time, won't be even greatafter hundred years. At this side, again, it's not possible to reach 'theperfect' because the lifetime is never enough for it. That means; even you arehundred, you will be still young for the time of perfection.

In the concept of being perfect -orimperfect-, my aim was to not cater to particular section or age group. It hadto be simply understandable by everyone; but at the same time, somethingcomplicated for the people who has struggled to understand it in different waysbecause of the irony in itself. As known, using irony is one of the mosteffective method to make people think about the subject and make them ask thequestions: 'What?' 'Why?' 'Who?' 'When?'. In this case, the galleries would bethe worst place for an artwork with the aim of to cater to society as much aspossible. So, the artwork repeated at some different public spaces -without anypermission- which are in use for everyday routine, for entertaining and alsofor transporting.

Somehow, the artwork would be imperfect message forsociety about being imperfect.
 
 
 
"too young to be perfect" student art project June '12
 
 
digital drawing / illustration of dentures
 
untergrund / urfahr
 
obere donaulände
 
lentos kunstmuseum / donaulände
 
skatepark - donaupark / urfahr
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too young to be perfect

student art project june 2012
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