This work is inspired by Japanese art of Ikebana (and it’s 21th century counterpart, ‘Freakebana’) – a practice with a specific set of rules regarding the arrangement of still objects in a way that seeks to emphasize a sense of harmony and inner ‘life’ via their particular placement within a given scene – reviving commonplace objects to a higher (or lower) plane of aesthetic contemplation.
Leftovers Are Us          
Natalia Janula at ABSINTHE §2
guest curated within MARTIN; invited by Collective Ending.