The exhibition was organized in 2017 as a collaboration between Total Marble and Studio Unravel. The project was produced and showcased through stone works supplied by Total Marble. Understandably normal furnitures have evolved to their advantage as functions, but this furnitures have been assumed to be primitive and to express their useless state. Like the evolutionary stage of life, evolved things remain the most rational form. However, this object expressed the paradox of the most evolved parts.
    • Ledongil’s work is based on capturing and manipulating the most unintentional primitive moment of birth in the life cycle of an existence.

      In his first solo exhibition “Dissection of Self” in 2015, Ledongil tried to dissect his present self and rearranged hypothetically by the practice of restructuring complete objects to be incomplete, as a genuine being. In the dark room, which was painted in red for the exhibition, each object met complete purity, as pure as it seemed absurd.
    While “Dissection of Self” portrayed incomplete objects at their most primitive state from the moment of birth, the work of “Pure Elements”, shows the expansion of the possibilities that have been evolved within an object after the birth. 
Potential moments, states, and phenomena are described as imperfect, and in need of constant observation. The obsession, almost seen as “self-deception”, seeking to break the boundary of conformity to be just as identical as others, is what Ledongil tries to unveil through this exhibition, by displaying the latent state of an object that has a great deal of vitality.
    • The exhibition was organized in 2017 as a collaboration between Total Marble and Studio Unravel. The project was produced and showcased through stone works supplied by Total Marble. Understandably normal furnitures have evolved to their advantage as functions, but this furnitures have been assumed to be primitive and to express their useless state. Like the evolutionary stage of life, evolved things remain the most rational form. However, this object expressed the paradox of the most evolved parts.
    • Ledongil’s work is based on capturing and manipulating the most unintentional primitive moment of birth in the life cycle of an existence.

      In his first solo exhibition “Dissection of Self” in 2015, Ledongil tried to dissect his present self and rearranged hypothetically by the practice of restructuring complete objects to be incomplete, as a genuine being. In the dark room, which was painted in red for the exhibition, each object met complete purity, as pure as it seemed absurd.
    • While “Dissection of Self” portrayed incomplete objects at their most primitive state from the moment of birth, the work of “Pure Elements”, shows the expansion of the possibilities that have been evolved within an object after the birth. 
Potential moments, states, and phenomena are described as imperfect, and in need of constant observation. The obsession, almost seen as “self-deception”, seeking to break the boundary of conformity to be just as identical as others, is what Ledongil tries to unveil through this exhibition, by displaying the latent state of an object that has a great deal of vitality.