photos by Bojana Dimitrova

2024, plastic spheres, PLA, 3D print, 

Size: 40 x 40 x 43 cm

Edition: 1

Innovation goes hand in hand with a lot of failure and wastage. 3D home printers promised us a revolution in recycling and repairing. “You can now print every part that breaks in your home appliances and repair them yourself,” they said.

I bought my first 3D printer in 2017 and have since learned that creating one good model leaves at least three failed attempts. I find this formula true for art creation as well.

I filled the transparent plastic spheres with failed sculptures and prototypes. The lid that holds everything inside is the head of The Wasp sculpture series. The objects in the spheres have no fixed position. They change places every time someone moves the sphere. I call them Active sculptures. One small concrete house secures the immobility of the spheres.

Back To Top