My project is about freedom. Tropical plants suddenly wake up and remember the jungle, invading desks, chairs and cupboards. Energy that has been constrained and compressed over years drills openings – portholes in varnished surfaces, symbols of hypocrisy and vulgarity, creating a space of dream-reality where everything is now possible. In a wider sense, this is about a rebellion of objects as in Korney Chukovsky’s tale ‘Fedora’s Woe’. The phantasmagorical combination, lamps penetrating tables, gnawed-through portholes, physically opening up the internal meaning, the substance, that which guests don’t see, the contents of desk drawers, clothes and shoes. Greens are leading the revolution.