| 500 x 730 x 400 cm
As an artist a workshop is important for me, but as a sculptor rather the existence of a workshop is more crucial. Their situation is however doubtful. Our former workshops sometimes shut down or are transformed into a more rigid, industrial area according to the requirement of our era. The exhibited full-room installation investigates the reasons and results of the strange situations hiding behind the created environment, its clean aesthetics and decent minimalism.It raises questions such as: how does it impact us when the regulated work area is super sterile, if there cannot be any dust or paint stain on the floor, or when fully comprehensive protection against electrical shock is excessively supervised. In the future will there be a need for workshops in the inherent meaning of the world assuming human presence?
The exhibited objects and their situations refer to dissonant situations. The handmade marble objects, namely automated machines and tools left behind on their own in the fenced off work area, are objects unnecessarily existing without the presence of the humans. By this they lose their personal object character and they carry the disturbing feeling of aimlessness full of tension.