This sculptural series is inspired by the use of BODY ARMOR in ancient and modern combat.
Starting with the idea of our skin as protective armor that can be put on and off as needed, they explore how such armor might be fastened on, and what it might look like if it were rediscovered centuries after being damaged or discarded. Would it be rusted like frail metal, petrified like a stone statue, or tanned like a tough old animal hide? As complete works, these bronzes represent imagined exoskeletons that have been shed on the battlefield of every day struggle for survival.
Gallery: Body Armor
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