If one has an aversion to making objects, then what does one make? Does one therefore make (or do) performance? Is performance an object? Something temporal can occupy space. Although so often the temporal elements are looped or even frozen. Can performance be collected? If so, how? Can something be collected if it is not an object? What exactly constitutes an object?
Andrew Paterson is a Toronto based inter-disciplinary artist, working with video, live performance, original text, film, and music. Paterson is also a published author and editor, who sees his multidisciplinary activities as existing parallel to his media-art practice.