Dawn Tan Here we can observe what can be made when taking the quilting and intervening of fabrics to the extreme in what refers to scale, shape and concept. The large scale of the pieces and the loud aesthetic inherent to the products they are mimicking make a loud comment on objects of daily human consumption.
by Antony Gormley. [Image #4 of Week: Feb. 10th - 14th]. I really like this image because it's like a human caterpillar, a person taken over by dark feeling left only to stand and attack others. I wonder what he meant by this sculpture, it's kind of depressing.
Adriane Colburn, Forest for the Trees, 2010. Paper, ink jet prints, aluminium, steel, ink, paint. Building a set of hanging terraria out of emphatically man-made materials like steel, aluminum, and paper, artist Adriane Colburn made this work in an effort to isolate the effects and pitfalls of human efforts to contain and commodify natural processes.