Diana Paulová A small moment and a great everyday life

Does eating lose its social significance when we are not eating together? The situation referred us to digital formats, extending into the original "broken" structures to become their backbone. In my work, I expressed this moment by using technology - software for the preparation of 3D printing, where the program itself generates support for scanned shards of porcelain dishes. The objects thus acquire a new dimension even without the intervention of the designer. Dining changes to a post-apocalyptic city as the scale changes, among the architecture that surpasses us. The composition thus becomes a metaphor for small moments, but also for great everyday life.