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PETRI DISHES

[Wall Objects, mixed media, steel frame]

The „petri dishes“ explore the intricate patterns and shapes found in fungi and microorganisms. A web of interconnected organic life forms, existing in in a world of their own, separate from our consciousness. Despite the negative perception of these environments, they play a crucial role in our ecosystem, contributing to the health of the environment and are integral to our future health- and technology- advancements.

 

Nature is a beautiful and intricate web of interconnected organic life forms, existing in a microcosm of its own. It serves as a metaphor for the complexity and interconnectedness of our own lives.

 

The petri dish becomes a work of art in its own right - a living canvas that reflects the interconnectedness of all living things. Its importance lies in its ability to teach us about the delicate balance between growth and decay, creation and destruction.

 

The surface of the Petri dish holds an entire microcosm of organic life, each organism searching for its place in the metaphorical landscape of existence. Their metamorphosis seems almost alienated, as if these tiny organisms existed in a world of their own, separate from our perception.

A parallel world, that questions certainties. It serves as a key to unlocking new perspectives. Here, the boundaries between truth and fiction are blurred, inviting to delve into a realm where nothing is as it seems. 

 

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petridish_05 (fungus), 2024, resin, mixed media, steel frame; diameter 50 cm

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petridish_03 (fungus), 2024, resin, mixed media, steel frame; diameter 50 cm

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petridish_04 (fungus), 2024, resin, mixed media, steel frame; diameter 50 cm

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petridish_02 (algae), 2024, resin, mixed media, steel frame; diameter 50 cm

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