Ivan Valusek is working on location in northern Thailand on an idea he already began developing at home, made from metal. He’s creating the illusion of organic growth from an anorganic material. Elongated, airy forms don’t reveal their real weight. These fractal spatial inscriptions make the viewer take a turn around them to appreciate them fully, when the exhibition opens. The artist doesn’t view the work as completed even when it’s exhibited. The viewer can’t see the process of creation though. The artist is the one who decides if the work is completed or not.