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The painful process of deconstruction

March 13, 2012

I can’t remember what led me to deconstructing my own work, I think it was just a natural progression but now it just moves on along side my constructed objects. It feels like a great sacrifice when you break something you lovingly made but it’s also strangely liberating, it opens up ones thinking and desire to explore objects and to question more. It has changed the way I look at sculpture, given me more freedom and even changed my aesthetic sensibilities.

The question of what we see and what is, becomes exposed as we see through the illusion in front of us.

From → Sculpture

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