“Grillz” is an artwork that invites contemplation about the human desire for recognition, it emphasizes the allure of status symbols and their enduring presence throughout human history. Männa’s concept of the sculpture involves the potential of the viewer’s active involvement. During the “Path” exhibition, performance artist Henri Hütt will unlock this potential. Through his performance, he illuminates the notion of futility in the repetitive cycle of breaking and fixing the same entity, ultimately highlighting the irrational and absurd aspects of human behaviour.
Artist participating in the PATH exhibition with sculpture and collaboration with a performance artist Henri Hütt (1985).
Henri Hütt is an artist and curator whose creative spectre centres around technological performative acts, staged exhibitions, performative
installations/installative performances, post-dance concepts and other “not there yet” formats. He has directed pieces where all (local) theatres are together and also pieces where one can focus on a minimalistic microtonal afterlife. „The more you do, the less you will be remembered“ is definitely one of his ongoing and paradoxical drives in creation.