Trojan Home was Honza Zamojski’s first solo exhibition in the UK, and the first solo exhibition from an international artist for London-based gallery Turf Projects. From their statement:
There was a war. A total war. A chaotic war set in the background. The conflict, whose birth few people still remember, ultimately became a permanent physical value, something like an additional time vector (past – present – future – war) or previously unknown property of a solid figure (height × width × length × war). The presence of war has become so common and mundane that a special button on calculators, cash registers, scales and other computing devices was introduced (laid down in the Decree-Law). This special button included to the result of the given equation the potential and likely consequences of the ongoing conflict. To this day, nobody have succeeded in identifying the names of analysts, who developed the mathematical script.
Rubin Sans has been developed throughout the works of Polish artist Honza Zamojski over several years: in drawings, murals, sculptures and art books. Initially, Honza’s letters had an important feature – they had to be easy to draw with a ruler and draftsman curve. Individual letters and pictograms were created for subsequent artistic projects, while their shapes and proportions evolved during the digitization of the font. Rubin Sans was released with Threedotstype in 2022.