Rozhraní / Transition Point
2009, Jiri Svestka Gallery, Prague
Reasons are becoming unclear; information has disappeared beyond the horizon of events, where it is no longer accessible. It was necessary “to cut back content so that we can [could] see the thing [artwork] at all.” I don’t know what to do, but all that can be done is to begin – almost out of nothing, by investigating the possibilities, by giving them a format. By reaffirming the human being in present time and space.Starting at zero, but not entirely so, and not quite without hope.Vanished possibility leaves behind traces in the form of a void full of memory. The transitional boundary of a painting functions as a catalyst for the emerging present. “What we perceive as present is the vivid fringe of memory tinged with anticipation.”
J.N., statement for the exhibition, Prague, 2009.
 Susan Sontag, Against Interpretation
 Alfred North Whitehead, The Concept of Nature