Existing material as the ultimate resource for and within the Sisyphus Museum.
So, the crisis is here, the world drops its pencils and stands still, and yet a number of leftovers – wood, cardboard, paints, previous site-specific works, hundreds of sketches, small test prints – are lying in the meanwhile abandoned studio, waiting for everything that is not yet coming.
As the ultimate physical resource of the Sisyphus Museum, it is precisely these leftovers and simply available materials that become the Museum's spring awakening, forming the ideally and truly physically present a starting point for future exhibitions.
It's time to take a step aside, to think about what we already have, recycle it, and as a result, acknowledge it as a precious resource amidst the idea of an impending museum. Within the specially imposed limitations of using existing material, it will be possible with and through the Sisyphus Museum to show small artistic works in the framework of exhibitions.