HUMAN DROPS 2020
Mobile, mixed media, recycled materials (approx. 50 x 70 x 50 cm)
Give a New Life -exhibition, Museum of New Art, Pärnu, Estonia. 31.01-31.05.2020 (excluding April due to Covid-19)
SERMON OF THE DAY. human drops, as a name and a piece of art, can be approached in several aspects. At first, a human is falling down, from somewhere, but still, cute little hands are holding tightly on the lifeline, keeping the strings in its own hands. Something odd must be happening around a human, and look, how cuddlable it seems in its supposed softness. Just wondering how capable it is of any operations anymore.
Because, human drops, all the garbage and dirt, bites and pieces of a human being which a human leaves behind, dumping the olds while wanting more. A human has been spinning around as an engineer for centuries, and finally, tangling with all the achievements. Once upon a time there was a comprehensive planet?
So, be aware: ”one morning you may wake up from troubled dreams and find yourself transformed in your bed into a horrible vermin”, quoting Kafka´s Metamorphoses.