“Everyday objects so familiar and quite boring at times, can suddenly become irreplaceable.
All of these teapots, brooms, slippers, cloth, vacuum cleaners, and alarm clocks surround us and occupy all the free space with their forms.
We forget about their presence unless something got broken.
Then immediately throw it away and hurry up to buy a new household item.
Two Scandinavian artists: Maria Koshenkova, Denmark, and Ekaterina Sisfontes, Sweden,
propose to revise this practical vision of ordinary things and materials. Refract the angle
of approach to them and get on their level, to review their compliance that so organically surrounds us.”