Peter De Meyer
Throughout art history many people reflected about the difficult and controversial question “what constitutes art?” But the better question is: “what is it that determines an art piece?”
When looking at an artwork there is more than meets the eye. It is not the mere visual piece that determines this question but a variety of invisible structures that exist before (the creation process) and after the artwork (the exhibition going hand in hand with public opinions). In his solo-exhibition heads and tails, Peter De Meyer visualizes this theoretical idea in a clear visual manner.