By chance we discovered life-sized figures on the walls of various cities, such as Berlin:
Two completely unclothed people, who appear not to notice their audience, but communicate, as if by winking. They stand still and innocent, with their bodies on display. They look up to the left, as if looking at something... and then you see it. You follow their gaze, trying to find what they have found. Where are they looking, and what do want to tell me?
At first glance, the silent nakedness doesn´t communicate any obvious interpretation. But the immediate associations are many: Old biblical pictures of God's pure children; Adam and Eve, the anti-bourgeois self-representation of John Lennon and Yoko Ono, and a sense of the "No Fashion" attitude of the two figures throng becomes clear.
The decisive factor is the location where one discovers the couple. The environment which acts on them, and suddenly transforms a normal space into an stage.
The dialogue of the subject and it´s environment is even more apparent, the next time you spot the picture, in a new environment. The protagonists step back from the attention towards their nudity, wishing to make it less important than changing their urban surrounding.
And so, one understands their message more clearly: The protagonists want to effec their surroundings and add a new facet to the definition of art:
Where does the art space end? What does the meaning come from, by changing our view on these matters? And who makes this decision?
At this point, the Artwork refuses to answer, but instead leaves the viewer alone with a possible new perspective: He is an active co-creator of the artwork, his subjective impressions form the image in conjunction with the uncertain environment of the image.