Same some revolutions
Same some revolutions

Sculpture, 2016 Rubber wheels, electric motor and black oil 170x40x40cm

Same some revolutions
Same some revolutions

Sculpture, 2016 Rubber wheels, electric motor and black oil 170x40x40cm

Same some revolutions
Same some revolutions

Sculpture, 2016 Rubber wheels, electric motor and black oil 170x40x40cm

Same some revolutions
Same some revolutions

Sculpture, 2016 Rubber wheels, electric motor and black oil 170x40x40cm

Same some revolutions
Same some revolutions

Sculpture, 2016 Rubber wheels, electric motor and black oil 170x40x40cm

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Same some revolutions
Sculpture, 2016

Steel and rubber wheels, electric motor and black automotive oil
170x40x40cm

The work consists of a pair of rubber wheels which are spinning-steady over a trail containing a layer of dark oil. Attached to chains and propelled by electric engines the wheels attempts to move forwards are in vain, perpetually spinning but never advancing. The oil is the substance that lubricates the tray's surface allowing the wheels to spin at the same time it prevents them from advancing, condemned to repeat the same revolutions without no evolution.