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bastard 3

hydrolyzed collagen and air bubbles aprox. 1,64’13,12‘ x1,64’ , 2017 

This sculpture is an intervention, performative piece. Because of its nature, sculpture that was marge in the river and left to dissolve with time became an object transform by a nature. There is no physical object left only photo and video documentation of transformation and decomposition process.

bastard 2

hydrolyzed collagen and air bubbles aprox. 3,28’x13,12‘ x1,64’, 2017

June-August 2017

This sculpture was created during art residency at Carlos Amorales studio in Mexico City. I would call it a performative piece. Because of its nature, sculpture that was left outside during a rainy day, become an object of constant transformation by a nature and at the and had decomposed totally. There is no physical object le only photo documentation and a time-lapse video of the transformation and decomposition process.

bastard 1

hydrolyzed collagen, air bubbles and very small, almost invisibles organic elements such as hair, nails, fragments of fish bones, small animal bones

project in process

I creat sculptures through the process of deconstruction and re-contextualization of used material (hydrolyzed animal collagen). I find interesting its transformation stages from animal to waste, hydrolyzed collagen (secondary product of meat production) and then from powder (collagen) to a sculpture (a new organism). Reuse of material – recycling and a metafor of life cycle.

Sculptures that I create are in fact anti sculptures. In contrary to the traditional properties related to sculpture over the centuries, my art works are fragile and will disappear eventually. I am not trying to create monuments that survive ages. I like the fact that the sculpture is never finished and is changing constantly, the performativity of the piece. I don’t think of it as a final object it is always work in progress. I enjoy the act of creation but also the fact that the object will leave no waste. It is 100% biodegradable.

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project renders

3D resin print sculptures