We offer you a series of golden statues with a rather unique style: they are abstract and design figurines that each reveal a feeling, a sensation.
The idea comes from a Japanese artist who never wanted to reveal his name to create a certain distance between his creations and himself.
Hope: Figure 1 - Witt
The artist wanted, through the Witt figurine, to express hope: something that is quite abstract and difficult to illustrate. If we look at this figurine, we realize the passage of time and that sometimes we expect things that will ultimately never happen ...
Boredom: Figure 2 - Bauring
The artist wanted to express boredom through the Bauring figurine. In these modern times, boredom comes quickly and absolutely must be tackled with one thing that occupies us.
Patience: Figure 3 - Folko
The artist wants to show that we can all be patient with self-control. Sometimes things don't turn out the way we want them to but with a little patience, things work out.
The 3 figurines are closely linked: the first, Witt, evokes hope. At first we are excited and look forward to things with excitement. Then, when things don't, or don't happen, boredom comes, which is represented by the figurine. Bauring. Finally, the boredom must stop, and it is through self-control that we learn to be patient, and to enjoy being patient; this characteristic is represented by the figurine Folko.