The supporting idea of Creation is the image of the honeycomb, the links between people, and their interaction with nature. The honeycomb shape is perfect and cost-effective, as less building material is used to create a larger area. One of the most adaptable structures found in nature for building is the structure of the honeycomb. Man has borrowed this form from the world of bees. Because of its links to the pagan world and the special importance of the bee in it – the afterlife of the pagan world was imagined as a meadow to which bees carried the souls of the dead – the honeycomb can also be interpellated as a cosmic fabric.
The artist’s experiments explore the relationship between wax and organic materials and different types of textiles. This helped the artist to discover and highlight the properties of this material – elasticity, smell, and water resistance.