Horse on fire (Kon-Agon) is the first work in the Rocking chairs series, aspiration to possess some kind of fast and powerful means of transportation, substantiated in fire and iron. A couple of centuries ago a good racehorse had the price of gold; today almost everyone dreams of owning a car, a motorcycle or even an airplane, by controlling which one can feel as a complete and successful person. This desire begins with a child’s rocking chair, when we portray ourselves as knights jumping on horseback to unknown distances, and it continues throughout life, taking several other forms of expression. A new opportunity to satisfy the eternal need: the grown up boys can re-saddle the bay horse and rush to meet their destiny, full of glory and applause.
Steel. Welding. Painting
1600 x 1300 x 700 mm.