The things that we encounter in our everyday life, unspectacular object that we don’t perceive as being something special are the main topic of my work. Like Dadaistic “objects trouves”, that are not considered art or having a non-art function at all – my commonplace objects are being disintegrated from their original context and put in a completely different one. These sculptural extended anthropomorphic figures, combined with inanimate matter, create a new world of unexpected juxtapositions and dantesque compositions - you don’t know exactly where the object and where the body begins. It’s so “beautiful as the chance encounter of a sewing machine an umbrella on a dissecting table”. The things maintain their original physical form/shape but it’s the surreal bizarre context that glamorizes them. The title comes from Gareth Pugh (a British designer) and purgatory that merge together to a new world of limbo.