The inspiration behind the series of sculptures were vessels used to store water or food. At the Łaźnia CCA exhibition, sculptures were placed on a pedestal and illuminated. This method of presentation brought to mind ethnographic museums. Ceramics is full of symbolism, it is a sign of everyday existence and often the only remnant of old civilizations. From the archaeological standpoint, it informs us about human life. The artist recreated the shapes of these vessels by weaving them out of paper string in a process that resembles traditional pottery, where dishes are formed with the warmth of humanhands. The Watering Hole series touched upon the issues of migration and the flow of families and individual people.