Once I Was Asked.
Porcelain | numbered edition | 35 x 27 cm, 2017
  • Sleeping man: Once I was asked: and what’s so bad about that radicals destroyed the sculpture of Sedu? We have a lot of copies of it in the museums and there probably a million of photos have been made. • Fame: As for me, I am attracted not by sculptures but by the fact of their destruction. • Companion: No-one needs sculptures I am afraid. Perhaps for scientific interest only? • Bat: Do we need old copies of clay towns, supported on the crutches of Greek columns? • Lying Man: Art, both great and wise, representing the episodes and faces of the wisest now lies buried by contemporary life.