Game in the sandbox, 2016, object, porcelain, concrete, 3,5 x 3,5 m
The whole concept violates the autonomy of the existing sculpture. It can be perceived as a broken, dangerous toy, which tempts its aesthetics. On the other hand, the material used in it (white ceramics) brings to mind associations connected with common meals, or even defusing anger. The recipient might think about fragility of this material, regret its damage. Nonetheless, we are still visually attracted, tempted to interact. The sandbox built at the foot of monumental Moses, takes after him seriousness and in somewhat ironic way disrupts its space.
Żeźba Academy of Fine Arts, Warsaw