Object Int’l —

An ‘Isla’ embodies a new, yet transformed area. Where all systems are the result of socio-ecological disaster. Those who reach the island are in fact survivors of the wreckage, be it physical, ecological or cultural. Their dysfunctional remains are the basis for the creation of islands, which are themselves the result of a process of adaptation by the exiles, of separation from civilisation with its legal system, and of phenomena such as climate catastrophe, technological overdevelopment, moral relativism, sociological and urban problems.


Eat now, pay later

Performance, 2018
Biennale nfcdab, Morskie Oko park, Warsaw, Poland

Modern interpretation of painting ’Ofelia’. Reflection on how human behaviour is influenced by progress of technology. I was interested in emotions of desire and disappointment, driven by relentless overproduction, exploitation of natural resources and degeneration of society. In the context of Hamlet’s Ofelia, the figure of the father is the world creating rules by which we voluntarily live