Wall sculpture from "techno anatomy" series.
Author continues the ethical and aesthetic research on the intrinsic connection between human and technology, looking for similarities and derivations which can be found normally in parent to child comparisons. Metaphorical genealogical continuity also exists in the phenomenon where artist subconsciously creates something similar to himself and often doesn't see it and denies the resemblance. "Techno anatomy" series aims to find and point on the evidence of human-to-machine organic relation.
Materials used for the sculpture are close to the subject. There is old piece of wood found at the construction site, industrial enamel exterior paint, natural rust, plastic hose, rusted screws etc.
Sculpture has two holes on the back side for nail mounting it on the wall. Artwork in signed and dated by author.
Plastic, Steel, Rust, Raw Canvas, Concrete and Acrylics on Wood
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