Berlin based Kasia Fudakowski’s diverse and playful practice, which includes sculpture, performance, writing and film making, explores social riddles through material encounters, surreal logic and comic theory. A current fellow of the Villa Romana Prize in Florence, her work has been exhibited worldwide.
Kasia’s installation “Andy Kaufman and the Agaves” took place during Elevenspaces. The metal sculptures were first seen by Martino di Napoli Rampolla in Kasia’s studio.
The name was given after a 1970’s comedian Andy Kaufman’s song “I Trusted You”. The agaves were looking at it, admiring the comic genius. Scared and doubtful but still a fan. Like everyone else was viewing Kaufman during his career.
“Andy Kaufman and the Agaves” installation was brought to Numeroventi and involved a workshop for the production and together with Giulia Archimede, Carlotta Martini and Marietta Auras the playful plants came to life.
Photo: Marina Denisova