The Everyday Sculpted is a pledge to the improbability of art married for life to the humble domesticity that design brings into the equation. Apron strings tied around Hans Arp. A New Year’s party in the comfort of your kitchen. A private investigator who hires himself to sustain the shadows with screws. A single hit that turns into a longplay. A tour de force. A fast-food for thought that may endure an eternity in the stomach. Senses working overtime (touching, pushing, lifting, sanding, painting, nailing). Indoor fireworks. Museum pieces to install knives, forks, plates… The Everyday Sculpted removes the routine from the furniture department, dusts off the skin of the statues, moving art objects away from their designated spaces/walls. Today’s certainties may be just tomorrow’s doubts.