I had a chance to see HALF EMPTY exhibition at Brennan & Griffin Gallery. There were three artists’ pieces in this exhibition, but Mateo Tannatt’s sculpture Untitled interested me. The piece was a mixed-media sculpture that mixes a painted canvas, rag, and a cast chicken head positioned on a wooden pallet. I could see only one piece of his work in this gallery, but it was necessary to look up his previous works to be able to understand his world of art. The materials for his work mainly include everyday objects such as a carpet, a mannequin and kitchenware. Most of his sculptures are in a simple form which looks to be of great importance to him. His works are minimal and meticulous arrangements with a sensitivity for material texture and geometry. While viewing his exhibition, I started to think about art and objecthood. Setting feeble material up against a wall or installing an object in a risky manner or arranging objects that have different characteristics intrigues viewers and invites their concentration even for a moment. Perhaps, his work is completed by the participation by viewers instead of a visible piece if work itself? I am looking forward to his new works in the future.