This sculpture is inspired by the poem "Conversation with a Stone" by the Polish poet Wislawa Szymborska. A fragment:
I knock at thestone’s front door.
“It’s only me, let me come in.
“I don’t have a door,” saysthestone.
It is made in a small size that expresses intimacy. It's about the desire to make contact, it opens up a little, but you don't really get in.
This sculpture is handcarvedfrom bluestone, you can see the stroke of the pointed chisel. It is made of two separate parts, each divided into three, as if it were several stones.
This sculpture is also suitable for outdoors.