Telefonman Sculpture by Frederick Mazezky

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Frederick Mazezky



Size: 55.1 W x 78.7 H x 0.8 in

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Sculpture: Fabric, Paper, Plaster, Rubber, Environmental on Cardboard, Plastic, Soft (Yarn, Cotton, Fabric).

This sculpture represents a man who is taking a shower is composed of various recycled elements that I found looking inside my closet the fundamental meaning of the Opera is that of wanting the public to be aware of and sensitizing people with the aim of making you think that if organized, any object can become an artistic expression.
It would be interesting to offer this type of technique to the people in general because it really could also help the society and reduce the environmental impact. the idea behind this creation is very simple in the sense that each object has its own characteristic and identity. I like the fact that thanks to the creative power these objects are recomposed to form an image or a sculpture that our brain recognises immediately, and what had no use one minute ago now is something valuable. This type of creative exercise makes us understand that behind everything or under the surface, if we finally start to think and use our imagination, we can change our point of view and the way we look at things in order to and create. It is amazing to see how a simple change of perspective can open infinite world of new creations.



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