KEYSTONE depicts the connections between touristic performance, the prominent appearance of a landmark that cannot escape the urgent need to be photographed, and the fictionalized symbolism of national sights. Installed as a reference to touristic behaviour, the work establishes a correspondance between the act of image-taking and the photographed object itself. Is the process of taking a picture worth more than the actual experience?
-In : Man without Qualities by Robert Musil, character Ulrich writes :
'Anyone who loves his country should never think that his own country is the best.'