Enchanted features works that lure the viewer in with a teasing game, arousing irresistible fascination like the snare of a trap. They subvert the order of the reality they are a part of by mimicking, exceeding or inverting the appearance of the so-called real world. The artworks trap us within their restricted structures by imposing their own rules and their own logic. Through this trickery they lead the audience out of the universal system of meaning and value. This sudden break in reality creates the effect of enchantment.We live today the promotion of good material nature — truer than true ; the process each artwork uses is the artifice of seduction — falser than false. They somehow gain an irony towards the true nature and reveal that “real” in-depth space is always potentially reversible.
We do not believe that the truth remains true once the veil has been lifted —Nietzsche in Nietzsche Contra Wagner.