Resist Resisting God

A tribute to the Caucasian myth of Prometheus, known as Abriskil to the Abkhaz and Amiran to the Ossetians.

A revolutionary craft – that of the mirror-mosaic – addresses the mysticism extolled by the revolutionary ideology of Tehran in 1979. The mirror mosaics found in Shi’ite shrines and across the former royal residencies of Iran are further examples of the various religious (e.g. Shi’a vs. Sunni) and cultural means employed historically by Iranians to distinguish themselves from Arabs. The Arab conquests of the 7th century not only brought Islam but also the highly geometric patterns of Islamic decorative art to the region. The Persians, however, insisted on executing them in a more outlandish, precious manner, employing mirrors instead of wood or ceramics.

Mirror mosaic, 150 x 100 cm, 4 unique versions (+1AP). Each piece features different pattern.

Afteur Pasteur

Towarzystwo Szubrawców

Qit Qat Qlub


Mirrors for Princes (Book)

Mirrors for Princes (Show)

Love Letters

Ezan Çılgıŋŋŋŋŋları

The Naughty Nasals (Show)

Naughty Nasals (Book)


Tranny Tease (pour Marcel)


Kitab Kebab

Long Legged Linguistics

Friendship of Nations (Book)


Never Give Up The Fruit

Molla Nasreddin the antimodern

Khhhhhhh (Show)

Khhhhhhh (Book)

Reverse Joy

Régions d’être

Not Moscow, Not Mecca (Show)

Not Moscow, Not Mecca (Book)


Mystical Protest


The Age of the Antimodern

Molla Nasreddin

Friendship of Nations: Polish Shi’ite Showbiz

Dear 1979, Meet 1989

79.89.09 (Publication)

A Monobrow Manifesto

When in Rome

Love Me, Love Me Not (Installations)

Love Me, Love Me Not (Book)

Idź na Wschód!

Hymns of No Resistance

Resist Resisting God

Kidnapping Mountains (Show)

Kidnapping Mountains (Book)

Rebuilding the Pantheon

A Thirteenth Month Against Time (Book)


Drafting Defeat: 10th century Roadmaps, 21st century Disasters