Boo (b)


White concrete, metal

The artist unveils the underlying peculiarity that permeates various aspects of everyday life, be it our internal relationship with ourselves or our interactions with others. The work highlights the detrimental impact of poor communication and misunderstandings within humanity, stemming from language, culture, and religious differences. These barriers and conflicts often escalate into more significant clashes, including violence, perpetuating a cycle of repeating the same mistakes.

The sculptures of ghosts serve as conveyors of emotions, particularly inner emptiness and passivity. The artist harnesses the symbolic power of ghost figures to represent this state of inertia and entrapment in a metaphorical "dead spot." The figures, draped in fabric, evoke a sense of absence and longing. Beneath the concrete sheet, body parts are removed, creating a void that is trapped and concealed from view.

Each of these figures possesses a partial human form, consistently characterized by a sense of lacking or incompleteness. The sculptures embody a pervasive disconnection from the world around them, as if the characters are unable or unwilling to truly perceive their surroundings.