A Steampunk Jukebox on the base of a Nordmende tube radio from 1950, upcycled with a panel computer to play MP3 music and videos. The machine is equipped with WIFI and can play internet radio stations from around the globe.
This is my final Art program projects... Got an honorific mention for it from the whole art departement of the school I study at.
I received many compliments from viewers as well from a contemporary artist who would like to meet me to learn more about my creative flow.
so behold! The result of 3 years of study in fine-art.
there's 225 pillons made of wood, and on each pillons there's a selected image that represents a dark face of humanity (drug addiction, war, slavery, genocide, pollution, corruption etc.) And the viewer is asked, with a cup of sand, to recover the structure (a metaphorical destroyed city), which forces the pillons of different height to disapear one after the other under the sand... so the viewer is actually dealing with a moral debate = participate and force the images to disapear under the sand? or don't participate to remember...
a metaphore to represent how, we as human, tend to forget the violence of the past and redo the same mistakes.
I don't know if you guys are interested in this sort of thing....but this is the installation sculpture I have been working on for the last couple of weeks.
It is a life-size paper mache cast of my legs, with varying sizes or birds 'flying away'. It is all paper, glue, tape, and wire. I knew that it was to be installed against white, so I spray painted everything black, and I tried to use white wire for the majority of my support for the birds. Sadly it was very temporary. I only had it up for critique and then was required to take it down.