Six worms, six seeds, six spiders, back painted glass, stainless steel, Dibond, soil
30 x 30 x 30 cm
A glass cube, painted with pastel-colored squares, is filled with soil, six worms, six spiders, and six seeds. Two small openings on the sides of the cube allow them to breath. The ratio between the volume of the cube and the openings is 3,3% and determines the survival rate of the living creatures. The colorful and playful appearance of the sculpture, reminiscent of a children's toy, contrasts with the tragic fate that awaits its occupants.