An installation that plays with the given meaning and functionality of objects and their role in society. It aims to create a dynamic interaction between these characteristics within an object, playing upon their notional, sculptural and the functional aspects. The installation is conceived as a tool to mentally engage with this playground of manmade objects, inviting the viewer to reconsider an object’s position and meaning, freed from the constraints of any preconceived notions regarding their categorization, systems and functionality.
A playground of objects in strong colors and new textures built of clay and glaze. Materials as mattress and porcelain is used to create a cliff-like landscape on a wall that relates and highlights the natural character of the works and their individual elements in their transformation from “Object” to “Sculpture”.
With this installation I invite the viewers to play and to remind ourselves that it is only ourselves that create the rules.