Something other than a thing | Plaster and a live fish | 110 x 70 x 60 cm | 2015
The work apparently, an ornament of a garden at the same time functions as a pedestal for a live fish. The construction reduces the live fish to a mere decorative object. It is an act of comparing an object with life. The comparison of a product made by a human with something that is living.
The work explores the inherent bizarreness in Human logic by bringing parallels between the two objects based on certain similarity reliant on our understanding of things and perceptions.