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This work is comprised of two simple iron cubes, equal in size and shape. They appear to be exactly the same. In fact, these cubes are diametric opposites – during the work process one was charged with positive energies and was transformed into a vessel of goodness, while the other was cursed, charged negatively, becoming a hub for evil. This was done by a senior medium. The cubes personifying “good” and “evil” are exhibited alongside the documentation of the charging process. The difference is not obviously apparent. These two singular monuments contain the very things they are meant to convey. The work is an attempt to catch an absolute, to encapsulate in an object a meaning that is all-inclusive and comprehensive. This raises questions regarding the way in which objects’ personal history is reflected from within, and questions of their ability to embody values, ideas and actions that are not material in nature.

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 The CDA's archives are operating with the support of the Ostrovsky Family Fund and Artis
 

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This work is comprised of two simple iron cubes, equal in size and shape. They appear to be exactly the same. In fact, these cubes are diametric opposites – during the work process one was charged with positive energies and was transformed into a vessel of goodness, while the other was cursed, charged negatively, becoming a hub for evil. This was done by a senior medium. The cubes personifying “good” and “evil” are exhibited alongside the documentation of the charging process. The difference is not obviously apparent. These two singular monuments contain the very things they are meant to convey. The work is an attempt to catch an absolute, to encapsulate in an object a meaning that is all-inclusive and comprehensive. This raises questions regarding the way in which objects’ personal history is reflected from within, and questions of their ability to embody values, ideas and actions that are not material in nature.

 The CDA's archives are operating with the support of the Ostrovsky Family Fund and Artis
 

 The CDA's archives are operating with the support of the Ostrovsky Family Fund and Artis