YOSHIVAKY - the Hopepunk Bomb
grenade, asphalt, concrete, solid structural timber, epoxy resin
l: 22cm b: 19cm h:160cm (without flower bouquet)
modern altar, vessel
upcyling, functional art, hopepunk art
Yolanda Ky creates undogmatic altars out of particular found objects.
"Yoshivaky - the Hopepunk Bomb“ is a modern altar. A place to set your intentions. Flowers are put as a conscious offering to call the desired future.
Reflecting chaos and hope it incarnates a prosperous metamorphosis which is taking place today if we are willing to see it.
The bomb, created to destroy the columns of societies shelter has transformed into an aesthetic art vessel. There to spread harmony and well-being for the observers and the environment it is placed in. With the aggressor and the victim united into one piece Yoshivaky encourages the observer to see the chance in every disaster for a meaningful and beautiful future.
... Shiva “the destroyer“ is the supreme lord who creates, protects and transforms the universe ...
… Ky which derives from Ki is the circulating life energy which in Chinese philosophy is thought to be inherent in all things…
Thoughts stay thoughts until they are followed by actions. Let’s Act now! Let’s use the current global crises as well as each personal one to act different, think different, see different and reinvent what we thought we know.
Lets make magic happen!
Click here to see the viedeo according to current exhibition at Bayerischer Kunstgewerbeverein in munich.