Concerning his objects, Pozarek often relies on chance to guide him. He uses scraps of wood, boxes, hinges and doors, keeping a close eye on what position each object will assume later in the space. Although it suggests the opposite at first glance, Zwillinge is autonomous and functionless. Assembled from found wood and aluminium, and making use of empty and in-between space, it makes a quasi-serious impression, as if they have an important task to fulfill. As part of an ensemble, these objects become actors that play specific roles that can change depending on the constellation. With the specific installation of this work, the gallery’s architecture is accentuated as a frame of reference. Pozarek’s working method is anything but capricious, dreamy, or playful. He works with a target in mind, even though the formal theme of his work first emerges when he is modelling the materials.