A turbulent, helter-skelter situation in a complex environment, Statue brings together a clusterfuck of familiar microcosms, presented in an unfamiliar way. The accumulated entities become a kin to a disaster on the logos—a productive interplay between fabrics, textures, nudes, plasters and mirrors. Human, all too human, the objects underlay and draw metaphors from the fascinating moment we live in, where contemporary culture becomes a matter of decentralized, neural networks, codified into realms of controlled chaos. Statue in turn expands our sense of façade and surface as textures of a hyper-complex world, culminating in troves of data and conceptual signifiers that form into hierarchical systems in disarray. Décolletéing into the depths of sculpture unbound to transgressive forms or ideas, the assemblage of works offer a disquieting parade of objects for your contemplation, from the mundane to the moody, from the sublime to the dreamy, presenting as it were an exhibition that enters into the subconscious of human desire, untethered from, yet insistent on the ambiguity of statue as a form of departure, rather than one of arrival.