Contemporary artist Agnes Fodor created a serie of small figurative sculptures called 'I accidentally find my opinion'. The real life inspired characters are showing their middle finger to life to society.

I ACCIDENTALLY FIND MY OPINION

This MINI-SERIE contains three pieces of separet characters. Their common feature is that they hold up their middle finger.

For me these middle fingers are about understanding. Understanding anger and accepting anger.

Each figure were inspired by real life people, characters we all know. We encountered their anger but maybe never really wanted to be emphatic with them.

Contemporary artist Agnes Fodor created a serie of small figurative sculptures called 'I accidentally find my opinion'. The real life inspired characters are showing their middle finger to life to society.

The FIRST one was inspired by the angry old man who lives next to the playground but hates children, complains about the noise. When you were a child he scared you. Giving him the finger may make him more relatable. I don’t know his life, but I know the finger, I have one too.

2018. PLOUGASNOU

EPOXY CLAY, STEEL, PAPIER-MACHE, GOUACHE

35x15x15 CM

The SECOND is a woman who never shouts, takes care of her look and behaviour. Because she is a lady. Keeps herself for a high standard and never leaves this role. Her anger may manifest in pretentiousness or mean words, she’s judging everybody, but most of all: herself. So what I wish for her is to raise her middle finger on the side from time to time. 

2018. PLOUGASNOU

EPOXY CLAY, STEEL, PAPIER-MACHE, GOUACHE

35x15x13 CM

Contemporary artist Agnes Fodor created a serie of small figurative sculptures called 'I accidentally find my opinion'. The real life inspired characters are showing their middle finger to life to society.
Contemporary artist Agnes Fodor created a serie of small figurative sculptures called 'I accidentally find my opinion'. The real life inspired characters are showing their middle finger to life to society.

The THIRD is a poor maybe homeless man, who asks you for money on the street. He doesn’t manage to suit in our society, or most likely never really had a chance to try. It’s so absurd how big the gap between poor and rich, there is nothing more to say: smile and offer the only thing you’ve had left.

2018. PLOUGASNOU

EPOXY CLAY, STEEL, PAPIER-MACHE, GOUACHE

32x12x20 CM