anthropocentric sculpture | alternating media
I just happened to see a piece of bee-wax. I was impressed and wanted to observe it better.
Time was passing and the wax began melting on my handful and its plasticity was revealed.
It took various shaped amongst my fingers, resulting in a miniscule sculpture.
Several memories of my life began depicting themselves on the wax’s surface.
Images from my childhood still hunt me today, at every stage of my life.
School trips during springtime. My professors and their significant personalities play a key role in this Unit.
Memories from my family, relatives, and our social circle are also present here.
Bronze was the initial stimulus for these creations.
The theme, however, remained the same – memories of my life.
At the end, the miniscule shapes of wax turned into bronze figures.
Bronze | 2006-2008