The title “Suggested Life” could be read as "Proposed Life" or "Inspired Life." How are these two concepts different? How can we make informed decisions in the context in which each of us lives? What are we confronted with? Can we imagine the world from a snail or a rose petal perspective? Is it possible to develop this form of thinking and living being a homo sapiens? “Suggested Life” is a proposal of reality and point of view.
Darwinism or biological evolution developed by Charles Darwin is hard to beat, and many of us take it for granted. But we are living in the constant process of transformation and are not aware of its outcome. Some things are given to us, and we construct reality according to them. The only thing we could prove is an intermediate result or a chain of intermediate results. The exhibition encompasses the process of transformation of intermediate results, starting from a rough undeveloped form to more strict, composed, and fictional objects. Playing with different layers of layered reality, the search for magic, tales between the folds of our existence, drives the exhibition and transforms it into a collection of enchanted landscapes.