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Classical sculptures becomes reinterpreted as a four dimensional form. The audience is presented with a shifting perspective of the sculpture, mirroring the conflicting perspectives of our own history and religions, both of which are become distorted through time. It draws a parallel between our history and current political landscapes, where it has become harder than ever to decipher truth from bias, with two realities presented at any given time. The division of segments reveals a refractive glass interior, stained in the hue of formaldehyde, suggesting that what lies beneath the surface may be the transparency we seek, yet may be the most poisonous truth of all.

Location : Online
Year: 2020

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