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Installation (flint, plaster, ceramics, objects)


The posthumous reality, the transition of consciousness from the bodily form to the out-of-body matter is the central theme of the Art of Disappearance installation. It consists of a sequence of objects showing this cycle: the stone gradually crumbles into dust, the dust is collected in a ritual plate, so that a stone will re-emerge from it. Clay is kneaded from the sand, new stones are molded, a pattern is applied and fired. A person turns to dust, then the memories of him crumble too - their particles are woven into the cycle of birth and death, and everything is repeated again.

"It is significant that the strongest penetration and illumination, hence the greatest opportunity for release, are bestowed upon us at the time of dying. This installation contains the embodiment of Buddhist psychology in the form of the successive transformation of memories into dust, the particles of which return to Sansara"

K.G. Jung "The Tibetan Book of the Dead"

The presentation of the project took place within the framework of the Contemporary Art block at the British Higher School of Art and Design in the spring of 2020.


The presentation of the project included a video projection with a monologue, in which I, as a fictional character ADIOS AMOR, talked about the death experience.

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