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Moonika Kase 05.02–29.02.2016

Exhibition works are suggesting to questions about human, world and integrity. Transformation within growing and generating touches every stage and aspect of life. Different transformation outcomes coming from identity and allegory of roleplay are part of people everyday life.  Adaptation is always related to some kind of metamorphoses. Main materials used in works presented are cuttlefish bone hided into ink and acrylic. Cuttlefish, living in eastern part of Atlantic and Mediterranean Sea is also called ink fish. It is because during evolution it has adapted ability to protect itself with ink it erupts in case of threat. Ink then acquires the shape of cuttlefish which acts as bait and mudding waters when fading. It helps the cuttlefish to escape from threat.