Unconscious Gravity is a part of my latest sculpture cycle. It’s representing a lap top hit by a virus so heavily that it has changed it’s form. I am getting the computer as an archetype of our time and an aspect of our society. The new technologies make us so dependent that sometimes we are not able to see our self’s from a far. This distorted lap top is actually the soul of the contemporary man, unconscious for the fact that our physical world is based on a gravity which is in force only for the reality we’re aware of. The powerless we experience when there’s no internet signal is nothing to compare with the inability to answer the question, what the world would be based on a different gravity with different laws of emotions and soul regularity. But very often we’re more busy to update our computer devices than seeking a path towards our unconscious essence. May be this is the way, I just want the spectator to have a platform for his own imagination.