We all created sand sculptures when we were kids, sitting in a sandbox with a scoop. In winter, holding an icicle in our hands, we looked through it at the sun, marveling at the magical tints. Sand and ice have always fascinated people with their beauty.
With the development of the Internet and social networks, the artist loses his monopoly on the artistic statement itself. This is a very serious process that many are afraid to pay attention to. This process changes the value of the art system in society.