The farewell of my grandmother inspired me to make works regarding our passage through life. Making some patterns and digital drawings, model sculptures, referring to the passage of human lives in a hypothetical environment. And also mixed thoughts about old generations versus the modern aesthetics intersecting each other.
Mixed time frames
Note to self
This was an improvised installation using two big elements that were already present in the space, transforming them into crafted robot bodies. In the space I exhibited also some model sculptures.
The exhibition was perceived as aesthetically intriguing, or mysterious. The process was intuitive. It resulted in complex visual figures that are somehow difficult to understand. Some pieces are feministic or they address gender balance and social changes regarding implication of robots in society.
To dee or not to dee
I actually made those works addressing domestic violence. Inspired by own experience of male abuse and news all around the world of homicides. The target was to commemorate victims and to bring special attention evoking discussions alarming towards the difficult topic.
Entitled as “killing trend”. In need of protection are many ladies around the world from domestic violence. Is a difficult topic to speak up, while many victims are threatened. I felt the huge urge to make metal helmets, combined by those flashing lights. They were sharp, dangerous looking, but safe for the person who wore them.
Mixed time frames
The sculpture making is a non rational, relaxing process, like composing intuitively. I choose the materials I want and then I start looking at what works together. I’m lately making tiny sized, interpreted as model sculptures.
The big sculptures were made in the past, because I had the allowance, time and space to make them.