I chose two unrelated things. The first is the remains of planctonic microorganisms. Species are similar due to evolution. The second is the cardboard sheets. The products are similar due to the manufacturing technology. They represent the different philosophies of two subsequent eras.
What happens when the dissecting, categorizing mentality of the nineteenth century intersects the overproductive consumer lifestyle of our time? Could this be more than an effect?
The figures were redrawn from Enrst Haekel's book Kunstformen der Natur. The first edition was published in 1899. The cardboards are the discarded storage elements of the Pécs Tobacco Factory. (click on the thumbnails to see the whole images)