From Dusk Till Dawn: An Action For An Image by Fiete Stolte
From Dusk Till Dawn, was held on May 24, 2013, and was a full day and night dedicated to real-time activities, both on site at the Cattle Depot Artist Village and off-site at disparate neighboring places.
In his performative activity, An Action For An Image, Fiete Stolte created a tactual and sequential situation, covering his hands with graphite powder, to cover someone else’s hands, who in turn covered his bystander’s hands. Stolte spoke of the different visual associations that sprung to mind. One was of how the graphite hands when fully covered suddenly looked as if they were extrinisic objects, wholly detached and not belonging to the body.