MARBLES

They look like gravestones, like human bodies, and they have a message to tell. As we know, something “written in stone” is permanent and can not be changed. I thought it is interesting to have simple random thoughts about “life” carved onto marble. These creature-looking stones feel like personalities repeating the same message for a very long time to come. The seriousness of the material, combined with the lightness of the thoughts, results in a permanent strangeness, which interests me very much. I like it when artworks vibrate in a state of uncertainty. Plus, there are some conclusions about our world with an undeniable truth in them. Of course, usually, people share those thoughts on Facebook and don’t carve them in stone.

Google, Life Played Me Again, Things Come and Go, Don't Think Too Much, 2014, Carrara marble, 45 x 55 x 170 cm (17 x 21 x 67 in.)
Google, Life Played Me Again, Things Come and Go, Don't Think Too Much, 2014, Carrara marble, 45 x 55 x 170 cm (17 x 21 x 67 in.)
Google, 2014, Carrara marble, 45 x 55 x 170 cm (17 x 21 x 67 in.)
Clown, No Reason, 2014, Carrara marble, 45 x 55 x 170 cm (17 x 21 x 67 in.)
Life, Love, Fuck, 2014, Carrara marble, 45 x 55 x 170 cm (17 x 21 x 67 in.)
I Love Art, 2014, Carrara marble, 45 x 55 x 170 cm (17 6 x 21 6 x 67 in.)
I Am Such A Mess, 2013, Carrara marble, 45 x 55 x 170 cm (17 x 21 x 67 in.)
One Day It Will, 2010, Carrara marble, 45 x 55 x170 cm, Public Sculptures, Bristol England
Art Basel, 2013, Metro Pictures Gallery

First Marbles, 2009

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