blu H21" W12" D10" wood, steel, paint, lacquer
This work is about perspective, humanity, over stimulation, and width drawn or shut down emotions. The head represents a human (depicted by the name carved into the panel) with a robotic appearance. The pins in the head represent the effects of technology, being plugged, inundated with information from the WEB and our personal devices. The painted panel represents conciseness, and affects of society. The representation of perspective is shown in the eye painted behind the head (visible through the eye holes), the dark shadow, and the carved outline of the headpins. This work is based on perspective, observation of change by exploring this work from changing view points. The included video demonstrates the EYE, the carved pins, and the right side painted shadow with respect to perspective.