Better become blowing backbeat blanket by Merike Estna / Friday 18 September 2015, 6.30 – 8.30pm
She was walking in the forest repeating herself,
trying to redefine the communication through washing the floor.
But it appears, she mixed up the space
and all she did was to transgress.
While I was there desiring to reclaim,
something had slipped off,
slipped off and made the line blur,
involving and renegotiating the preciousness.
Mind the domestic She said with a high pitch voice
but all I could think about was trespassing into the other.
She was trying to relate,
relate with the body,
but again, she was slipping off while responding to the reproduction
but all she was doing was conflicting herself inside the belief system.
And all this time there was a third person
trying to talk about characterising the purpose
but I was way too distracted longing for the physical touch.
How can you favour the types of communication?
Do you really think there are boundaries of language?
The new artists’ billboard by Merike Estna is on display outside Matt’s Gallery from Friday 18 September and is accompanied in the Bökship by two books from her Pattern Books series along with several one-off artists’ books. The Pattern Books are a series of nine books each consisting 64 original paintings bound into books.
A special cocktail ‘When you drink me up, I’ll be gone forever’ will be served from the hatch bar beneath the billboard.