Ever been frustrated by not being able to touch, only observe? The theory is that observers to the exhibition are participants: experiencing and perceiving the exposed pieces, they should also create the work of art. Walther concentrates on installations with which the public can and should interact, so that the work itself is different depending on the person there, from a two-person hood to large wooden structures into which a person fits or a wooden board onto which one steps. No need to retain the urge to reach out and touch the art.
Originally published in issue #121, December 2013.