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Each day, during the third week of May 2014, I built one arrangement of objects out of the fragments that I had stored in my house, or on the balcony.

These were ruined wall fragments, pieces of coloured styrofoam, pieces of hardened bone glue, but also plastic objects that i picked up from the ruins of the bone glue factory in Marasesti, Moldavia, sometime in 2010. I also added two fragments of raw glass from a deserted glass factory in Pantelimon, Bucharest, two pieces of white styrofoam, a bag for sealing shopping items from other stores used in the Cora Pantelimon supermarket, a transparent Christmas decoration box made out of plastic, some corn flour and some gypsum.

The coming together of different materials, shapes and colors was based on an underlying intention that functioned on three layers. The first one was the mental layer, where the activity of building unique objects offered some inner peace. The second layer was religious, and it was connected with a human attempt at understanding the days of the week as a cycle of transformation of our existence, under the pressure of forces that often surpass any sort of individual control.

The last level was the formal one, where materials, shapes and colours were intended to work together as a coherent and harmonious whole.

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