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"March of the Automaton"
Liquid Latex, screw spike, wood, chicken wire, burlap, plaster, bandage, cotton
113 x 250 x 113 cm
The sculpture aims to prompt reflection on the consequences of technological progress and the resulting societal conformity. Through sculpture, it sparks a dialogue about preserving autonomy, fostering critical thinking, and embracing the essence of what makes us distinctly human amid the relentless march of industrialization.