Weight Of Four Generations
Milena Naef questions ‘existing’ structures that are inherent to herself.
The work tries to create the right manifestation of the assumed duality between body and mind.
She translates characteristics of a subjective experience into material, transforming the mental into physical to find a new relation between the two.
Once tangible, the interaction with the concrete material allows for a space to ‘open’ in which a given context can be changed.
The body itself with its physical presence and its absence becomes a vital aspect of the work.
When do structures inhibit or liberate us and our physical form?
What is the consequence of the fact that our bodies are always ‘filling space’?