The Limits of my Language
In 2016 Europe was gripped by a series of explosive terror attacks, despite increasingly technologically sophisticated control systems. In "The limits of my language," algebraic forms and surfaces are reproduced in clay and partially burst by small amounts of explosive. The transfigured surfaces, molded into aluminum and concrete, become symbols of the inevitable presence of chaos in the system of reality.
The sculptures go together with a sound piece created by the overlapping of speeches given by contemporary scholars and philosophers at SAAS FEE Summer Institute of Art 2016 about "the state of things."
* Ludwig Wittgenstein
The limits of my language
Triangle, aluminium, 35 x 35 x 20 cm, 2016
Cylinder, aluminium, Ø12 x 35 x 20 cm, 2016
Klein Bottle, aluminium, 22 x 64 x 55 cm, 2016
Soliton, cement, Ø 75 x 90 cm, 2016