WIRED (plastic, aluminium and steel wires, 2009)
Series of five sculptures that signal a drift from traditional concepts of "anatomy as destiny", emphasizing today's relationship between
industry and the body that is produced, purchased and modified. Readymade industrial objects [mannequin dolls] were cut, disassembled
and impregnated with metal strings, symbolizing the "wired" bloodstream of today's human.
The focus rests on the anatomy, questioning what lays under the surface of body and appearance. The smooth, curvy architecture of the
"perfect body" is destabilized and transformed with pieces of metal, resulting in a new, hybrid body-architecture, crude and elegant at
the same time.
photo by Vladimir Miladinovic