F for Fake

Created with scraps of cotton paper, this object changes its visual form over time, due to gradual process of decay. As a result of mold that spreads on the surface of the cotton paper, it is bound to exist in constant flux. The Piece is documented each year to follow this natural process over large periods of time. The name is driven from Orson Welles’ 1975 film F For Fake, that questions means of authorship and illusion in relation to art forgery.