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David Helbich

David Helbich interviews David Helbich, feb-march 2008

David: Are you an artist? David: Yes. David: What for an artist? David: - David: Ehm, are you a passionated artist? David: No. David: You are not an obsessed, passionated artist? David: No. David: Are you an artist, who loves his work? David: Yes. David: Do you think, that you are a good artist? David: Yes. David: Very good? David: No. David: But you like your own work? David: Yes. David: Do others like your work? David: - David: Do you know others, who like your work? David: Yes. David: Do you know others, who think, that you are a good artist? David: Yes. David: A very good artist? David: No. David: Do you think, it is possible to be a good artist, if you are not a very good artist? David: Yes. David: Why? David: - David: What makes acctually someone being a good artist? David: - David: Ok, what makes someone being an artist at all? David: - David: Is it your art, what makes you an artist? David: Yes. David: Is it your art, what makes you a good or bad artist? David: Yes. David: Is everything you do art? David: No. David: Is art what you do? David: Yes. David: Are there things becoming art by being done by you? David: Yes. David: All? David: No. David: If there are things becoming art by being done by you, is your art about things? David: Yes. David: So, your art is not about subjects? David: - David: Does your art has a theme? David: No. David: Would you like to have a theme? David: - David: Do you sometimes wish, you would like to have a theme? David: Yes. David: And sometimes not? David: Yes. David: Are you happy with how you do things? David: No. David: Would you like to be happy with what you do? David: Yes. David: Do you think it is possible to be happy with what you do? David: Yes. David: Are you working on your own happieness? David: Yes. David: Will this save the woreld? David: - David: - David: - David: Yes. David: Yes? David: - David: Yes. David: Let's say it wont. Could you imagine to do something else, than what you are doing? David: Yes. David: Do you like this image? David: Yes. David: A lot? David: No. David: So, what? David: - David: So, what do you do with this image of you doing something else? Does it change your way of doing things? David: - David: Your way of making art,... David: - David: ...of being on the-way-of-art? Can anything make you talk about this? David: No. David: Is there a clear difference between your gaze on the worled and your gaze on art? David: Yes. David: Is art not part of the world. David: Yes. David: It is not? David: No? David: It is? David: Yes. David: Ok. So, if art is a part of the world - next to that art is part of 'part', haha, ...eh, ok - so, if art is a part of the world, are you certain, that you can make a difference between your gaze on both of it? David: Yes. David: By what? David: - David: Is your gaze on the world part of this world? David: Yes. David: Is your gaze on art part of art? David: Yes. David: Of the particular artwork? David: No. David: Is your gaze on art part of the world? David: Yes. David: Of something called art which is in the world and not part of the artwork... David: Yes. David: Is your gaze on the world part of art? David: - David: Hm. Is your gaze on the world part of your art? David: - David: Ok, is your gaze on the world part of your artworks? David: Yes. David: Good. David: Yes. David: Jaja, I mean, let's speak about you then. David No. David: Not? David: Yes. David: Yes? David: No. David: Aaah! David: Yes. David: Whatever. How are you?