[Eve, Adam, Issac]
Spandex Fabric, Thread, Cotton Stuffing, Expanding Foam
This is a series of hanging sculptures that focuses on transforming materials into sculptural reinterpretations of anatomical metaphors. It attempts to revisit and reimagine the beauty of corporeality. Throughout life, our bodies experience myriad ruptures, temporary disturbances, and wounds, and are constantly altered as they heal and denote these experiences. Such occurrences surpass the physical and instead encapsulate the wonders of renewal, growth, and rebirth. The magical process of healing not only indicates our past but also provides a vestige of human vulnerability which must be venerated as a sacred space in allowing one’s development of identity.
The Maternity Dream of Eve
Another Hangover of Adam