Even at first glance we see cracks in the wood and the irregularities in the grain. The cracks seem to change with time, they seem to grow, and narrow again. They throw a wrench into the repetition. Man is here trying to impose repetition on the natural material.A thing of the impossible? We ask ourselves, how did the artist work? Did he repeat his thoughts? Or did he deliberately design the repetition to direct our gaze to the antithesis of repetition? The uniqueness of the material is unmistakable. And yet another question suggests itself: Was the basic material chosen before the idea?
Was a piece of wood deliberately chosen here to counter the repetition? And the viewer realizes that an initially simple sculpture can raise more questions than a complex structure. The object consists of several geometrically identical basic elements and therefore appears simple and repetitive. But nature does not always allow for simplicity and repetition, it is not always made for it.