In the age of self awareness, products and social media platforms all help us become autobiographers of our own lives. But how objective are we in speaking about our "self"? Do we speak about our selves from memory of fact or from the ego of feeling? What facts do we leave out to save our hide? Are we documenting who we are in the eyes of how the world wants to see us? Are we teeter-tottering between the truth here? At the end of the day, when all the facts of our lives are heaped onto themselves will they stand tall to the test of time of wobble and come crashing down due to their own insincerity?
Thoughts from the essay: Finding a Form: Essays By William H. Gass
*Note: as this is a collaborative product, each finished piece will look unique and different depending on the plastic sent by the customer.
Dimensions: 13.5" x 15.5" x 2.5" (framed)
Weight: 1.5lbs/.6kg (approx.)
Materials: These LDPE (Low Density Polyethylene) abstract shapes were cut from a sheet of melted everyday plastic bags. There are approximately 60-70 bags incorporated.
Finish: Each shape is stud mounted onto a painted backdrop. Framing is pine painted brilliant white in acrylic.
Buyers are Collaborators
If you purchase this design we will send a pre-paid package to you which you can fill with plastic bags. Once we receive your box of plastic we will use your plastic bags in the creation of the final product.
Total in Edition: 33