10月1日(金)- 10月31日(日)
14:00 – 18:00


October 1 (Fri) – 31 (Sun)
Thursday – Saturday
14:00 – 18:00

An interdisciplinary installation, for the purpose of the show at LOOPHOLE STUDIO limited to selected choice of photgraphs.

The general concept and narrative for this project is largely taking from a very commonmetaphor of an asphyxation, which being both—a fetish and an act of violence and coercion remains still very useful format to discussmultilevel and complex (sometimes very schizophrenic) modern social norms and their relation to social engineering, especially in the terms of engaging notions of taming, control and silencing.

Choice of using a white/transparent plasticgarbage bag is was inspired by the act of sniffing inhalants (huffing) – a drug abuse habit popular in central European countries in 1980s (and still remaining common in some of African countries nowadays), mostly because of an easy and legal access to toxic components used in the process.

Furthermore, the project is also echoing the ecological problem of wide-spread plastic packaging (especially extremely popular and socially accepted in Japan, in a bit similar way as various sexual perversions) and its global social impact.

Interdisciplinary artist and researcher, currently located between Tokyo, Japan and Krakow, Poland. Graduate of Academy of Fine Arts in Krakow, Poland (MFA, Department of Sculpture, 2009) and San Francisco Art Institute, USA (MFA, Department of New Genres, 2012). PhD candidate at Tama Art University, Tokyo, Japan (2022). With a background references to conceptualism, minimalism and late neo-avant-garde, and currently employing mainly DIY, Quick and Dirty, Low Budget and Hit & Run methodologies, he is interested in cross-cultural studies bridging radical, research-based art practices (and practice-based research) with experimental anthropology and contemporary social critique.