Childhood is the realm of recklessness, spontaneous creation, uncontrolled coloring and drawing, without pretension, just raw and pure expression. Very quickly, while we grow up, the school system devalues artistic practices or creation. Because creating artists does not serve the capitalism, it is better to create profit, and seal material and monetary values in the brains of the young people, so that they become good consumers! In a world where the number of billionaires is increasing every day, gaming is the dream of the poor, the dream of getting rich someday. Illusion that gambling can solve problems with the help of luck, controlled by the rich and powerful.
The context of this work is the programmed frustration, which resonates with the number of artists in a precarious situation who dream of being financed or paid. Of course, the gaming and the lottery are social details, because when the poverty is excessive, the games of chance and false promises create a model, which can be recognized in the political programs for the future generations.
20x40x10 cm, found objects