Just after their son Maksymilian Dobromierz was born, KwieKulik started to elaborate this unique and enigmatic body of work. Activities with Dobromierz consists of around nine hundred photographs taken over two years in which the artists’ son appears alongside various household objects. It is based on semiological, linguistic, and mathematical considerations. Indeed, in this piece, the artists tried to practically study the supposed subject / object polarity in artistic experience. The demand of the visual research that integrated life, art, and science was to elucidate the complex relationship between mathematical-logical operations on non-material notions (being) and material forms, or, in other words, to develop an epistemology of artistic practice. Concerned with the selfcommunication within an observer’s psyche and the surrounding environment, Activities with Dobromierz aimed at nothing less than to be a model of the relations between art and society.