Summaries of a day in the world, of places and events and the people who played a role in it. In the collage, the photos form the image of the day. Memento Mori too. The daily walk to the letterbox, the tearing of the paper, the search for possible image combinations in the stack of pages; those acts are limited. Although the work can be seen as meaningless raw material, the realization of the work is not. Concentration. Faithfulness. Boredom and wandering. Happiness and misfortune. Till death?
Together, the collages form an infinite story, day by day. Previously, Hein Eberson (1962) also worked on such infinite stories, with his collective Trademark. He had clients describe a work of art with the art order form, Art on Request. With U-Frame, the public could compile a work of art with a database of collage parts. Together with Remko Scha, Eberson worked on Artificial, a computer program that generated an infinite amount of random images. For each his own; his conceptual approach focuses on the creation of art instead of presentable and sellable art objects.