As Eugen Blume, Director of the Hamburger Bahnhof of Berlin, said, "Robert Kunec is a political artist who is not afraid to take on edgy societal subjects. He is a sculptor who finds three dimensional images that direct our sensibilities toward the heart of these themes".
His triptych 'Fists' refers to this statement. It is executed on thin aluminum which is hit several times by the artist's fist. The black marker indicates direction, allocating numbers that refer to the physical impact and point to a recently detected crime scene. In a poetic way they can be seen as landscape wounds leaving room to explore a world that lies underneath the blank and glossy surface. Kunec's work borders on absurdity and destruction.
He claims that human behavior has arrived at manifestation of brutality that easily disturbs the harmony of society as a whole and brings us into insanity and despair with permanent consequences. He asks, «Does our society have time to reflect and ask itself the reason for this behavior?»