The “Interview” project represents the idea of self-knowledge, in-depth relationship, and systematic analysis of personality. It provokes questions of privacy, alienation, and personal ideologies. Based on the idea of psychological modalities of research and practice, “Interview” is a project that is done by asking a certain person a universal, preconceived set of questions. The questions are designed with the idea to bring a person to a state of recognizing and examining their current state of identity, to evoke repressed feelings, to communicate with the desires, hopes, and demands of the individual.
The process of creating material for a project requires a dictaphone to record the conversation between the model and the artist. Also, a camera is used to record portraits of the person during the response. The recorded material is further processed and audio works are formed that record certain segments from the conversation.