Corpus


Constants of KorkutĀ“s sculpture are movements that are initiated either by viewers or they arise motorically as a logical consequence of sculptural form development, construction and destruction, as well as physical change of matter. These characteristics can be found

in the context of Korkut’s artistic thinking: sculpture is also a living physical being. Like a human body, it has its own development, endurance and longevity, and will become fatigued on her feet gradually, will begin to collapse, sink itself and slowly go to sleep.

The metaphorical reading of this author’s cycle is not limited to the parabola of the consumption of a human, more precisely the biological body, but it also touches upon all the terms used by that name, from mathematical and philosophical terminology to the term of military units and social-political institutions.