In Vivo (video with soundscape, 2016)
In Vivo is a process based land art work, documented on a ten-minute video. A group of volunteers carries pieces of the installation towards the top of the mountain. A solar freezer is assembled, water is collected and a mold is made in order to produce ice. The piece of ice fills a gap carved by a glacier not logn ago in the geological past.
Project was made with the financial help of CBK Rotterdam.
A Stalagmite for Sisyphus (installation, 2016)
A Stalagmite for Sisyphus is an accumulation of artificially produced ice, which perfectly emulates the shape of a cave stalagmite. The accumulation is presented in three states of water: gas, liquid, and ice. The water is extracted from the humidity present in the air, collected in a tube and frozen in a freezing box.
The work is based on ecological relations in the presentation space among the audience and place. It was developed as an investigation of ecology of the landscape representation, and the supporting cultural framework.
In Vitro (installation, 2015)
In Vitro represents the original ice piece extracted from the Bossons glacier in the French Alps. The water was transported to the Netherlands and replicated using the technology of 3d printing.
The piece is kept in a showcase and consequently exposed to melting. The sink at the bottom of the showcase collects the water in a tank, which is used to release the water in the freezer. When a chunk of ice fully melts, a new one is reproduced in the freezing box.
Duration of the recycling event is 40 - 60 hours. Original piece contains the volume of 25 liters. The piece is different each time, depending on the conditions of the room where it is presented.
Archive Itself (papercrete sculptures, 2014)
The purpose of archive is its instant availability of the information about the past in the present. The one who controls the archive shapes the understanding of the past within the present, and steers the flow of the present into the future, tailored after one’s own principles.
Archice itself is a sculpture made from houndrets of shreded socialist books cemented for the furure.