Jan Dibbets
[Artist, b. 1941, Weert, The Netherlands, lives in Amsterdam.]

 The documentation about the work isn’t of real importance to me either. I’ve done lots of works without taking photographs. 
 I really believe in having projects which in fact can’t be carried out, or which are so simple that anyone could work them out. I once made four spots on the map of Holland, without knowing where they were. Then I found out how to get there and went to the place and took a snapshot. Quite stupid. Anybody can do that. 
 I start by thinking I’m going to make use of all possibilities without troubling any longer about problems when something starts to be art. I don’t make the ETERNAL work of ART, I only give visual information.