Agathe Naito

Justify One’s Poverty


“We cannot, to be sure, by any artifice make a rich and richly-flowing virtue out of a poor one, but we can gracefully enough reinterpret its poverty into necessity […]”
F. Nietzsche


An installation comprising three ceramic sculptures: clogs, daisy and garland of crepe paper flowers. Each sculpture can be activated by a performer.


A childhood story about the boredom of being a girl, about a boring girl. The village fair: bumper cars, ball shooters and a funfair punching machine… A reflection on the feeling of these breaks from daily life.


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 Justify One’s Poverty

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