“… Pillars of home are ninety-eight balancing sculptures, made during my son’s nap, when our home – the living room, the kitchen, the bedroom or even the stair case – became a studio for no more than thirty minutes at a time …”
Published by Csilla Klenyanszki
For the series entitled ‘Pillars of Home’, visual artist Csilla Klenyánszki built 98 sculptures that reach from the floor to the ceiling using everyday objects found in her apartment. The temporary installations are of different scales and their level of complexity is also varied. The carefully arranged objects balance each other, seemingly about to collapse at any moment. The delicate sculptures, hastily constructed during her son’s nap, somehow balance on the border between the virtual world and reality. They spring up everywhere in her home – the living room, kitchen, bedroom, and even the staircase – existing in what became a temporary studio for no more than 30 minutes at a time.
148 p, ills colour,
15 x 21 cm,