[My work deals with] the look of architecture, without the function of architecture…[It’s] the skin of architecture, but it doesn’t have the skeleton of architecture
The Works of Sigurdardottir helped me contextualize this conversation.
On the Symposium and a potential conversation with an art critic on her latest body of work :
Something that I was thinking about as I finished my piece in Venice Paradox of the ship of Theseus [..] when the ship of Theseus has been taken apart piece by piece […] is it still the same ship that we began with?
On being asked about the role of the participant/viewer in her earlier works:
I am fundamentally interested in the parallel, and sometimes conflicting modes of perception…and how you are immersed in a sculpture and looking at it as a picture, and how [the body] fits into the picture
The most important thing for every artist is to make the work in a way that is comfortable and suitable for [them]…It’s an ongoing process