COPY OF A COPY | does the same shape means the same content?
modern mass culture involves people in the infinite reproduction process. the public "closes" the system and it becomes increasingly difficult to separate and understand what is real and meaningful. mass production has a significant impact on environmental pollution - harmful waste is produced in the process of production, the land is polluted by solid waste. plagiarism in the design world is considered as a crime - all creators seek to be original, authentic. but where is the boundary between a copy of a product and a new, distinctive interpretation? during the experimental process, I tried to answer the question: how does the object change if its content is modified, but the shape and function remain unchanged? this question is transmitted by replacing mass production objects parts with new parts made from waste materials and organic glue