Human-machine relations are central to the work in the show. Zajko’s terracotta Threadbearer resembles a part of ancient machinery. Through a cessation of its action, the viewer is left to contemplate its purpose. Recalling the hours spent watching his Grandparents at work within the textile factories of Białystok, Zajko describes a fascination with how workers could communicate with machinery through a single press of a button. Here concatenations between bodies and machines involved in production on an industrial scale are explored at the site of their interaction, through the logic of the interface.