By emphasising on the production and handling of artistic goods and values in a local, global and digital context we want to present a visual manifest of the artistic and cultural creation process: We are fascinated by the manufacturing system of art and culture as opposed to the romantic notion of the lonely artist in the studio. In particular, places where where objects, as a proof of cultural identity are materialized. By doing so we intend to show that artistic meaning is not only found in a finished artwork, but that anterior and posterior processes of artworks can be equally meaningful. The work investigates how much we identify with cultural traditions expressed in the different processes of making, collecting and preserving.
The images depict realities which neither the eye nor our camera, could have grasped. By simultaneously zooming in and zooming out on various cultural venues, we intend to meticulously construct new realities that represent the mysterious worlds of cultural production.