Sculpture Point of View is a part of from the Turbofolk collection.
The sculptures are made of eco-plastic, polyester and acrylic coloured.
Turbofolk is a figural sculpture collection created between 2020-22 during the covid pandemic. The complete set consists of 15 polychrome figures, mostly life-size. It is a moralistic appeal to reflect on today’s consumer-oriented world. The sculptures portray the social problems associated with religion, gender, racism, ecology, and similar topics, and opens questions such as the use of power and the freedom of perception. It ironizes people’s connection to fleeting things and draws attention to the fact of separation from profound life experiences.
None of the Turbofolk sculptures give answers, but ask questions.
The sculpture Point of View asks:
Does duality mean separation? Is dirt always dirty and tidiness pure? What does perfection mean, and if it is a final state, why do we want to reach it quickly? What makes our idea a vision, and what makes it a projection? When is such a created image a moving force, and when is it just an illusion? Where does heaven begin? And what if the mystery between heaven and earth is human life?