A wonderful detail of this sculpture is the surface. It is completely rounded, without corners and edges. After sanding it was stained in Bordeaux red and Daniel Bucur carved small holes in the sculpture. The result is an exotic beauty called "peephole".
But what does the sculpture really represent? The shape reminds us of an amoeba. It is based on the fascinating property of completely changing the shape of the body. Thanks to its outstanding abilities, it moves and feeds by "flowing around" other tiny creatures, enclosing them completely and then digesting them. At the upper end of the amoeba-like sculpture a small fork has formed in the movement. Briefly, one can catch a glimpse through here, before the peephole closes again with its own movement. And it does not matter whether this figure is more like a peephole or an amoeba. The imagination helps us to find an association here, but the artist had other things in mind. And this is also the purpose of a work of art - to direct the thoughts and at the same time to release them. The viewer thus moves away from the artist's thought to find his own approach back to the object depicted. Astonishment arises from the unpredictable. Let yourself be surprised!