Sculpture Information
  • Year Created: 2014
  • Dimensions: 50 x 32 x 30cm
  • Weight: 2kg
  • Media: polymer clay|acrylic spray|fake grass|scale people
  • Sculpture Pictures: 3
  • Sculpture Weight: 2kg
  • Edition:

   Sculpture Description

Comfortable Exposure “A silhouetted figure sits cross-legged with her core engaged. She supports and balances a slightly awkward position. As her arms reach up and forward creating a partial embrace, she surrounds herself with crowds of people. From afar she notices that those observing her, are curious and take a closer look, others are not fussed at all.” My sculpture represents what it is like for me to desire exposure for my artwork as an emerging, professional artist and also my awkwardness in being exposed to a public. A duality exists as I want and need my artwork to be viewed, but also fear what that viewing may bring for me. I am finding more and more that as long as I am comfortable while artmaking, exposure need not be so scary. As an artist I exist within a vast spectrum of people who will like and dislike my work.

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