"Our lives are surrounded by disposable things. Society creates the paths for the kingdom of the non-essential. We think we act freely but,instead, we follow those guides without knowing, still believing we are necessary, when the truth is that this world doesn’t consider us such. To hide this truth, expectations are created: false myths, icons, dreams, standards of beauty and behavior, a world where we become objects. The disposables. We are put in boxes, organized and piled up, until we are useful. We are just shapes that last an instant. At the end, fortunately, we are important at least for ourselves."
See Canova's full series for DISPOSABLE here.