GUI in Esperanto means “to like, to enjoy something”. It also means “deriving satisfaction from something”. Most of the things that surround us are to bring satisfaction and joy. We buy them to define ourself and we let them define us. Often only for a short moment. They often give us only a one-time pleasure, because they are created for it. These things have no nationality. They come from every corner of the world: from China, Poland, Scandinavia. They create a global language of satisfaction and fun. But what does the existence of all these products say about our times?
The work consists of everyday objects in the form of sculptures. These sculptures are meant to draw attention to those objects that are undoubtedly nice to watch, but are a serious threat to the environment and deepening unreflective consumerism above all.