Kasia Fudakowski was born in 1985. In her works with joke structures and comic theory that she translates into the construction of a sculpture. A joke can be understood as a passage from an initial understanding of a imagined situation to a different understanding, often quite the opposite one. The core of a joke exists in the shift of a contrast, where two positions are revealed in a moment of surprise, which is enhanced by subconsciously directing the expectations of the audience in the wrong direction. In Fudakowski’s works, this shift from one perception to another takes place in the tension between the material and the form and in how this tension influences us without us being aware of it.