Actual pulp after pit comb culture, 2021
The master’s thesis in visual arts “Actual pulp after pit-comb culture” explores human relationship with space in a conflict situation with others, oneself, gender, and the very inhabited space. The series of works are a fictional documentation of the conflict experience. Site-specific exposition consists of five paintings, a pair of objects, three sculptural objects, one textile object and two site- specific elements. The author focuses on the space as a narrator and analyses things and other objects in this framework and in contrary to the human experience within it.
Bread. Modeling paste, acrylic paint, wood, 19 x 17 cm, 2021.
Memorial body. Canvas, acrylic paint, memory foam, 15 x 41 cm, 2021.
Soft, hasty table. Canvas, acrylic paint, 180 x 180 cm, 2021.
Body. Canvas, acrylic paint, hay, 56 x 200 cm, 2021.
Untitled. Dermantine, wooden slat, modeling paste, acrylic paint, canvas 120 x 170 x 30 cm, 2021.
Left behind. Wooden beams, plywood, 15 x 75 cm, 2021.