endless   Endless Bench project represents a set of repetitive actions from the life cycle of an individual who exists in a dark dystopian postmodern world where the post-human is absolutely alone and he or she only: moves (drives), refills (food), produces (job) and regenerates (sleep) in an endless time continuum that forms the inner shell of the intestine, while its outer shell is a timeline of a simple monotonous loop which is articulated in plywood slices in order to seem understandable and accessible for all, as music is meant to be universal. Digital era and its contemporary nomad flow made people abandon their primary residential environments, so living IN a bench is a metaphor for homeless existence
in a dead city. Influences: 5 Minute Bathroom, Joel Sanders Architect, 1999; The Groundhog Day, Harold Ramis, 1993; Brazil, Terry Gilliam, 1985. Main inspiration: The Possibility of an Island, Michel Houellebecq, 2006.