Inna Babaeva

I use objects of mass production and combine them with forms that I make myself. The resulting outcomes undermine the originally intended purpose of these objects and turn them into absurd and animated characters. In guerilla acts of bringing the items that were transformed in my studio back to the store that sold them, I have an opportunity to explore matters of commodity values and how they change due to contextual displacement. I treat it as a Duchampian gesture reversed.