A single polyp can start a difference. All amazing corals boil down to the hardwork of a single polyp, working hand-in-hand with ‘Kronos’, dividing asexullay to form colonies. Having understood so, greater attention is being brought to that living organism through the artpiece, “Tipti Tipti”. The lightness brought forward by the hand gesture interacting with the polyp, through a symbiotic relationship, aims at showing the human race giving them back their space and time to be. Copper has been the primary choice of material for its ability to develop a patina over time, thereby reinforcing the need for time. Copper is a conductor of the healing energy from the healer to the subject of healing. Likewise, Copper stimulates initiative and optimism. As for the polyp, the glass’ clarity depicts the fragility and purity of such an organism. Bringing attention to a polyp, is what the sculpture is aiming for.
- Single Artist
- Sculpture / installation / ceramics
- Single Work
- Copper brazing, glass lampworking
- Copper and glass
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