We do not make pieces of art, we create ‘opere d’arte’. Each piece should
not be interpreted as an individual work of art, but rather as components of a
show, an experience, which in its entirety is itself the work of art. It is not us
who create these works, rather they are created exclusively through the
performance of the audience. Although we are the authors of its conception,
we are not accountable for its development or able to predict its final outcome.
Furthermore, the works can only exist when the audience mentally and
physically performs them. The public does not merely complete the works,
they will begin to mold them and define them in accordance with their own
moral and artistic principles.
We are proposing to put into fruition just one of the numerous ideas that we
have conceived (not all of them are strictly connected to language). Our future
performances will be composed of a variety of different acts, which altogether
create “a path” that the audience must follow in order to perform the final
work. We intend to propose variations and introduce new ideas to each
performance so that every piece is inherently unique and can never be
performed more than once.
You are the artists and we are the audience. We are the artists and you are
the audience. We are the artists within the audience and you are the audience
of the artists.
You are the artists of the public and we are the public of the artists.