From Every Fragment Is a Total Fragment by Ari Kakkinen
Veiling things does not necessarily make them to disappear, but rather to appear. Their ambiguity is revealed as Schein, semblance, which is the appearing and disappearing of things, the simultaneous revealing and withdrawal.
Instead of signification we have traces and supplements, and with them all the sense of the world.
To expose whiteness as "whitenesses” is to make the unneutrality of the neutral visible. Whitenesses are about silence, muteness, as well as the despair of soundlessness. The silence and muteness of Whitenesses refers to the voices we are not to hear, leading to politics of representation. The series is converging serial imagery. It is a study of the border between art and politics, of the connection of the picture plain and the depths of referring.