Ħlejqiet - John Paul Azzoppardi

November 15th, 2006

“…Hmm, this is difficult. I’ve been thinking on how to formulate this and when I start thinking about the nature of my sculptures, and the mental processes that cross my mind, I feel sick. I feel that my way of being, my categorisation of reality (objects and meta-physics) is contrary to what the majority define as normal.

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Memento Mori

November 1st, 2006

If I had to describe this project in a single word it would definitely be ambitious, ambitious as fuck! Like always we started thinking about it in March and the intentions were small. The very first plans involved a small patch of abandoned land in Pembroke which consisted of a couple of small dilapidated buildings connected by a grassy path. We were thinking of doing a small exhibition this time round based more on installations and theatrical character narrations connected to the art works. The themes we had in mind were sketchy but we knew that we wanted something on life and death worked on by a small team of artists. The original target was July/August 2006 and we started doing some research on the area we wanted to use and see from where we could get all the necessary permits. Unfortunately we discovered that the land belonged to a political party and this put us off the whole thing since we never wanted to get close to those people in any way.

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A Glitch In Time

December 5th, 2004

While we were still all tired out from the work on Merely a Stain we spent most of our hot summer nights drinking away at Misfits. On such a night we were chatting away with a couple of artists, most of whom had participated in Merely a Stain, and while we were agonizing on about the fact that it’s about time some of them came up with ideas for the next projects, we came up with one there and then.

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Merely A Stain

June 30th, 2004

This was our first major experimental work and to understand better the final result it’s important that I explain the process we put in motion to build up the project. Somewhere round March 2004 we started discussing the prospects of having an interdisciplinary experimental exhibition which was also experience based rather than simply having pictures hanging up on walls.

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Exhibition #1 and official website

December 15th, 2003

At around October 2003 we started discussing the possibility of taking scaremongering.net more seriously. The general idea was to turn scaremongering.net into some form of organization that organized art exhibitions and alternative events and use the website to promote art and unknown amateur artists and writers like ourselves.

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