Name: Oppressive Future
Fine Art Sculpture Series
Task: Sculpture Crafting
The sculpture series "Oppressive Future" is about reactions to emotions between the life on earth, especially human to society and the other way around. The sculptures has been digitally sculpted, 3D printed and were reproduced in resin in an edition of 50-100 pieces each.
Date: 2019, Field: 3D Printing, Sculpting
Words have real power. They inspire but also hurt. And, in the karmic sense, things said eventually come back around to us. There is a value in silence—of saying less and doing more. This series visualizes how loose tongues and harmful words eventually silence us.
What does it mean to be one’s self? And how does one reveal or become this authentic self in a society that actively discourages it? Humans routinely hide their true selves behind various masks, adapting to a system of rules and social pressures that produce fear. This series channels the pressures that weaken humans, causing us to look for areas of retreat and routes of escape.
Communications require a medium. Visuals appear on screens. Sounds travel in waves out of speakers. Similarly, emotions manifest in bodies. An emotion triggers a bodily or facial reaction and vice versa. This series represents how the human body is the canvas upon which we paint our emotions. Through them we produce and interpret expressions based on our sentiments. Some are familiar to those close to us, others are unrecognizable to others. What is clear is that the body is the physical echo of how we feel at any given moment.
Behind the Sences
Cutted SLA 3D Printing, merging all parts and molding process. Produced in collaboration with Unique Board in New York at their laboratory.
We exhibited the sculptures in the historic premises of the famous Ermelerhaus at art'otel Berlin.