Inarguable Realities
A solo exhibition by Inga Danysz
May 10–12, 2014

Inarguable Realities explores the concept of durability, the way time and external forces affect objects and their value as status symbols. With time, the value decreases. Objects get used, damaged, aged. They are impermanent. They can be repaired, but they will never be the same as at the moment of purchase. Effort is made in prolonging the life of a commodity, its appearance and function, for as long as possible. We accept a limited usage or alteration of the objects form if its initial appearance wont get destroyed. Inga Danysz explores this idea of alterations; making note of how these objects are modified, observing the damage and trying to preserve it, while keeping transparent the process of that transformation.

Sponsored by Don Q Rum