Headspacing#3, performative installation, Drawing Now, Art Fair, Le Carreau du Temple, Paris 2019

Headspacing#3, performative installation, Drawing Now, Art Fair, Le Carreau du Temple, Paris 2019



Headspacing#3, performative installation, Drawing Now, Art Fair, Le Carreau du Temple, Paris 2019

Headspacing#3, performative installation, Drawing Now, Art Fair, Le Carreau du Temple, Paris 2019



Headspacing#3, performative installation, Drawing Now, Art Fair, Le Carreau du Temple, Paris 2019

Headspacing#3, performative installation, Drawing Now, Art Fair, Le Carreau du Temple, Paris 2019



Headspacing#3, performative installation, Drawing Now, Art Fair, Le Carreau du Temple, Paris 2019

Headspacing#3, performative installation, Drawing Now, Art Fair, Le Carreau du Temple, Paris 2019



Headspacing#3, performative installation, Drawing Now, Art Fair, Le Carreau du Temple, Paris 2019

Headspacing#3, performative installation, Drawing Now, Art Fair, Le Carreau du Temple, Paris 2019




HEADSPACING#3
performative installation, Drawing Now
Art Fair, Le Carreau du Temple, Paris 2019


Everything in art, no matter if it is a drawing, a performance or an installation is first in the head. Questioning where art is rising and ending and how much visitor and creator are depending on each other to have a result of something called art will be the theme of Michailovs performance. In "Headspacing#3" Michailovs head and the head of a visitor are becoming part of the whole building of the Drawing Now Art Fair (by looking at them from outside of the hall) and their heads will be seen in in the exhibition hall at the same time. If the artist is drawing, how is it connected with us?

When drawing/design/architecture/anything interacts with us, is it already part of us in that moment?

realisation and co-development: Donka Mishineva and Hannes Anderle