Bodies (O, I, II, III, IV, V, VI, VII, VIII, XV) (2020-ongoing)
Saravinci 2020 symposium; ArtVilnius '22.
Is there a possibility that a sphere could be a considered as a sphere but at the same time appear as something differing from the sphere? Is there other morphological presence of the sphere from within itself? The answer is: 1) inflate the gymball; 2) put cross tensions through it; 3) fill the thing with concrete. Here you have the morphologically new object with the surface topology of the sphere.
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