In the series of work entitled Temporary Objects, Viktor Kopasz continues his earlier experiments with the form of the artist book. In this case, it is situated far beyond the usual method of its physical representation through space and gives the viewer the opportunity to read it by way of various moments of the entire installation. The internal structure of this “meta-book” resonates throughout space and simultaneously presents a fluid base for the visual material of the entire exhibition. Rather than a classic artistic medium, it is a cognitive model, or map, through which the author develops his reflections on the visual connections and relationships between objects and the subject. It is a plane of projection for different representations of objects, whose variations appear in various forms in the exhibition space.
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