In her performance, "I Have Never Been This Honest", Chryssa Tsampazi will place herself in the position of each individual artists, as well as the viewer's point of view on the exhibition.
In doing so, she will also refer to the titles of the individual works. The titles do have a special significance within the exhibition, since they have not only made the artists face the challenge of finding a title for a work that is not yet to be one, but also to find a title that refers to the history behind the object and the reason why the work has never been shown.
The works of Chryssa Tsampazi (*1975, Germany) are based onspeech performances and testimonial actions in which the body of the artist and those of the participants / collaborators are the subject and, simultaneously, the transmitting mechanism of the
work. She borrows terms and practices from theatre and conceptual art to turn directing into a set of simple instructions. In doing so she invites people to follow them, thus contributing, inevitably, to the final outcome. Tsampazi is interested in the deviation that takes place in the course of every work and the collective aspect of the creative experience.