Crocheted Wire Anatomy by Anne Mondro

Space: negative space is important in this piece as it allows the work to be seemingly transparent. Crocheted Wire Anatomy by Anne Mondro

Roman marble portrait of the emperor Caracalla. The clean break at the bottom of the neck suggests that the bust itself is not original. Part of the Farnese collection; this bust once decorated the family's palazzo in Rome. Naples Museum, inv. 6088. H: 60 cm.

Roman marble portrait of the emperor Caracalla. The clean break at the bottom of the neck suggests that the bust itself is not original. Part of the Farnese collection; this bust once decorated the family's palazzo in Rome. H: 60 cm.

philip wakeham

philip wakeham

philip wakeham

philip wakeham

Jess Riva Cooper (previously) produces smooth ceramic busts, the mouths agape rather than closed in smile or silent contemplation. Tangled vines and rosebuds sprout from their mouths, and in some cases leaves from plants pop from the busts' noses, engulfing the faces in their entirety.

New Ceramic Busts Overgrown With Twisted Vines and Colorful Flowers by Jess Riva Cooper (Colossal)

A Sculpture of a Posthuman breathing from the last Tree on Earth. When the last tree is cut, the last fish is caught, and the last river is polluted...when to breathe the air is sickening, you will realize, too late, that wealth is not in bank accounts and that you can’t eat money.

A Sculpture of a Posthuman breathing from the last Tree on Earth. By Justin J White Young

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