Monday, 19 August 2002

Armando Museum

It is cool in the Armando museum (, nice and quiet too. There are no other visitors. Should I step out, the museum would become nothing more than an exibition space, but with a visitor the museum is complete.


Armando's drawings create an oppressive tension of evil war memories that refuse to fade.

Recent drawings have only 1 or 2 lines. Nothing gets lost. The tension remains. A drawing is complete because you cannot take anything away. One piece of paper, torn yet connected, even though it will never heal.


How will the drawings continue to develop? Can it be any simpler? Can a piece of papier recall tensions, diversion, symbolising bonding and lost of control?

Till next week,