variable dimensions
mixed material, scale models

The installation features group of scluptures resembling various emergency vehicles and rocky shapes scattered on the ground. The artist takes inspiration from biosemiotics, using symbols typically associated with emergency vehicles, such as lines, red dots, and crosses, to recontextualize these marks as representations of genetic material or biological signals. The transformation and mutation of these objects, marked by emergency signals and other alterations, emphasize the parallels between genetic material transfer and the evolution of cultural signs and symbols.
By adapting and abstracting the emergency symbols on the vehicle sculptures, the artist extends the original meaning of these symbols and alludes to the evolution of traits in living organisms. In doing so, the artwork fosters a perspective on the relationship between the cultural and biological, as well as the living and non-living.

Rocks and winds, germs and words