The grinding machine is rapidly growing into a factory. Conveyor belts, sorting plants and pens for the human-like creatures are created. The production process is ongoing and everyone will be crushed.
The meat here is not mechanically separated from the bones, so limb fragments occur in the resulting product, and the better heads are cut off and saved for later. The widespread pulpetisation is not dependent on peace or war, nor is it any downfall of humanity. Subjectivity is reworked into pulp so that it can be more easily subjected to humour. The resulting product does not lose its vital qualities; it even seems content to be transformed. Suffering is the new joy, so the pulp can finally live its life to the fullest. It is eager to learn new functionalities and dance wild techno in the ultraviolet.
Karol Gawroński (b. 1990) - visual artist, graduate of the Academy of Fine Arts in Katowice. His works have been presented, among others, at Wozownia Art Gallery in Toruń, Rondo Sztuki in Katowice, Pryzmat Gallery in Kraków, Górnośląskie Museum in Bytom.