Killing Me Softly
Killing Me Softly, detail, wood, steel, latex, 20x98x5 cm, 2010. Courtesy of the artist
Modern man's life is in constant race fore more material benefits and hedonistic pleasures. This neurotic state leads to an inevitable end where man is left feeling robbed of his chance to live his life the way he thinks more meaningfully. Here the pink colour is a camouflage for reality in wich man invents ever more complex means of escape. The sculpture speaks for this condition of masking.
Installation view: BAZA Award Exhibition, 2010, Sofia City Art Gallery
Installation view: Focus Bulgaria, Marx Halle, viennacontemporary '15