Malous sculptures are challenging the idea of what is impossible.
Her practice is on the border between the beautiful, fragile -the seemingly well-balanced, and the grotesque and absurd.
Odd objects sit together and form something new, a kind of symbiosis.
She is interested in the structure of decay – its form, colours, the variations of putrefaction and mould, its ornamental aspects, the natural mutation of things.
The result is a three dimensional montage, a conjoining of disparate parts gathered from diverse sources and combined, organic and synthetic.
The pieces are composed and formed into ergonomically inclined objects.