Ceramic speaks in the street. Part1. Walls

First part of the on-going public-art project, which was started in 2011 in Stockholm, Sweden. Small sculptural objects are filling up the natural gaps and voids in stone walls and becoming the part of the  pattern, bringing the message to interpretate. 

My objects were supposed to work together with the surrounding they were placed to. I was aiming to highlight the ‘architecture-friendly’ features of the material itself. That is why I decided to work with the idea of ‘rebuilding’, ‘filling up missing-brick spots’, and ‘exchanging broken elements’. The idea was to fill up voids in the architectural surfaces with artificial ceramic interventions which would repeat the shape lines of the original lost elements and also exchange those which were cracked or broken. This project was nominated for annual scholarship from town-planning company Vasakronan (Sweden).