For a human consequence, 2006
80cm x 25cm x 400 cm
“Blank” SVA Degree Show 2006, Galleries 3, NAFA 1
The works by craft suggest the formation while the functions of technology hasten the deformation. An electrical bulb hence embodies to re-carve the hand-sculpted human body. It underlines the limitation in humanistic control of materials and contests it own by its ability to control electricity. It is a fusion of human and machines that is never quite met, ends up doubling the consequences of the destructions and disruptions by the electrical.