This project deals with the essence of objects, the essence that is obtained from writing an object, in contrast to writing about an object.
In the work, I engaged in "writing" objects. This expression describes the act of writing a text whose central theme revolves around the object.
In other words, in which the object does not serve as a metaphor for something else (an allegory for a mental state, etc.) but represents itself.
The second part of the work process was the translation/paraphrasing of the texts into three-dimensional objects, with the written text serving as a sort of brief.
The transformation from text to object was in fact a prism that helped me free myself from the terms that define the object and to find new concepts to define it.
In the production process I chose to focus on objects with relatively simple functions: mortar and pestle, dagger, cutting board, and stool.