Inaccessibility part I, 2015
Steel wire, candy and “Art Criticism” (by James Elkins) on paper

In Slovakia, summer 2015 I encountered the biggest roadwork I’d ever seen; an impenetrable obstacle, dividing the country’s second largest city into two. My mind reenacted Berlin pre-1989, Israel’s wall facing Palestine and Hungary’s twelve feet high fence keeping unwanted out. I told myself: This is inaccessibility; an abstracted installation and in its very essence modular, but now steadfast and concrete; creating a chaotic divider between economic, social and cultural classes, and ethnicities alike.

Document and remember.