Matters of great concern should be treated lightly. Matters of small concern should be treated seriously.
Mirthe Klück’s work may not be about the themes that currently occupy a central place in artistic discourse and the biennial landscape. Her work is neither connected to identity or gender politics, or to post- colonialism or such important societal issues. However, it should also not to be mistaken as being self-referential or formal. Mirthe Klück has a strange and wonderful connection to the great Yamamoto Tsunetomo Hagakure, quoted above. As such, she is in touch with what connects us as human beings to tangible – not digital – life.