Blue brings together the past, present and future. I had been looking for a view which has remained the same for all the history. The very same view at which our forefathers and their fathers had looked.
An empty blue sky is such a view. But here lays certain ambiguity. A cloudless sky is somehow a view which has always been the same, yet one realises, the blueness of the sky is never really the same. In a different place on earth or time, the exact colour of the sky can never be repeated.
Blue is the most immaterial of all colours and indeed is a record of an empty space in this particular case. This empty space becomes a somewhat romantic definition of our existential state.
This work in a sense, through this perspective of materiality, poses an ongoing question on the nature of the readymade. Here, this immaterial colour becomes a readymade, whereas the existential framework remains in focus, leaving the formal discourse behind.