Carbon-Kevlar Mask Sculpture by Beatrice Spadea

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Art Description

Sculpture: Resin, Fabric, Textile, Fiber, Manipulated on Carbon Fibre, Other.

This work is part of the Fragments Project. It is realized with carbon-Kevlar and epoxy resin.
The carbon-kevlar textile is a composite material made by the weaving of carbon fiber (the black part) and kevlar fiber (the other part which is yellow). Carbon fiber is usually used in the automotive sector and kevlar is widely used to make bulletproof vests.
To create this sculpture, the textile has been coated with resin and then cut into several fragments.

- This work will be sent with the iron pedestal in the pictures.

The Fragments project is related to the theme of identity, self-construction, fears and preconceptions.
The masks give us back a fragmented reality that is the one in which we live; a reality that offers multiple possibilities, which allows us to be whoever we want but which, in the end, destabilizes and disorients.


Carbon-Kevlar Mask

Beatrice Spadea



Size: 7 W x 13 H x 11 in

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