The installation of ONA B. consists of single stem hay dry devices with 3 cross braces each. It reflects the origin and development of an old agricultural practice that has been known since the Iron Age and shaped the landscape in Europe for centuries. Each “Hoanzn” is made by hand and is unique. These devices were highly prized and given monograms or names; today, with a few exceptions in the highlands, they are being replaced by machine systems. ONA B. brings this traditional cultural asset of the hay harvest back into the landscape and into the memory of society. ONA B. reconnects the human standard in yesterday's agriculture with the present in her art.
With the unfortunate situation in the world currently doesn't permit free movement of individuals, it also makes the movement of sculptures more difficult, as their creators cannot be present when the sculptures are set up. As a result, more and more events, exhibitions and festivals are postponed or cancelled entirely. Through this challenge, we wish to overcome the current limitations and enable the artists to enter already installed sculptures into our Sculpture Line exhibition, so that even more people can see and enjoy them.