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Sculpture: Clay, pigment, clear acrylic on Ceramic.
1985 During a physical anthropology class our professor asked a representative of each human group to come at the front to practice human cranial palpation. He first called a Caucasian of which we had plenty. Then a Mongoloid, we had only one, an Inuit from Northern Canada and then he asked me to come at the front; there was only one human group left, Negroid!
I was a 28 years old emerging visual artist studying anthropology in one of the most prestigious university of North America when I discovered along 120 other students that I was a lot more Negroid than Caucasian.
As for anything subject I search to explore in clay first before coming to more difficult medium and a final statement on the subject at hand. Style wise I am faithful to myself.