CATERPILLAR is an allegory of the movement of bodies, the rhythm of nature, organisms and evolutionism. In its assumption, it refers to the determinism of continuous change, the struggle for the survival of every matter.
CATERPILLAR is a part of a process of events, which continues endlessly. It is a form of a bizarre mechanism, a great clock, where time and space are a relative unity. The elements rotating at different speeds do not allow the viewer to identify and observe any regular layout. The form seems to be an incidental, a magnetised body attracting dozens of crushed, angular objects, like clusters of unspecified minerals set in circular motion.
Zachęta Project Room Gallery, Warsaw, Poland, 26.05 – 22.07.2018
CATERPILLAR Material: styrofoam, steel, pleksiglas; Dimension: 670 x 280 x 280 cm; Date: 2018