14 x 11,5 cm
Inkjet print on Hahnemühle 310 gsm paper

42 x 29,7 cm

London, 2019

This project pushes the viewer to redefine the representation of classical objects and to overcome their physical presence. The title ironically points out the absence of conventional compositions substituted by hand crafted ice sculptures which evolve their shapes and take their own life through the action of time. During the melting process, the objects are captured every 35 minutes without any human contamination, in order to scientifically record the rejection of their submissiveness. Finally, Basket of fruits investigates intimately the relationship between creation and destruction, shape and form, space and time.