‘Pistoletto  uses the word “judgment”, but there is something unifying about the way  the cardboard maze ties it all together, creating a feeling it may in  fact be about the opposite. Whether you stand by the prayer mat or the  Buddha, the experience is the same: you, and your thoughts. […] I am not entirely sure what it means, but I believe the answer lies in the experience.’
From my review of “The Mirror of Judgment” by Michelangelo Pistoletto at the Serpentine Gallery, published in Whitehot Magazine.

Pistoletto uses the word “judgment”, but there is something unifying about the way the cardboard maze ties it all together, creating a feeling it may in fact be about the opposite. Whether you stand by the prayer mat or the Buddha, the experience is the same: you, and your thoughts. […] I am not entirely sure what it means, but I believe the answer lies in the experience.

From my review of “The Mirror of Judgment” by Michelangelo Pistoletto at the Serpentine Gallery, published in Whitehot Magazine.

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