Red Cube

Poland 2014-(…)

The object, woven from 3600 metres of wool was spread and hung on four branches in such a way that it did not pose any danger to the forest animals. Since then it has been observed and its transformations photographed. The Red cube interwoven into the forest space and left there has been undergoing changes, affected by external factors. The installation has gained a life of its own. The cube’s walls perform the function of matrixes, which absorb the traces that light, rain, snow and wind leave over time. The changing nature provides a surprising additional dimension to the installation, which renders the project alive and unpredictable and its duration depends only on the durability of the used material. 

The Red cube installation was created in the forest administered by the Świerklaniec Forest Inspectorate.