A Sculpture That Reveals the Complexity and Potential of Human Nature
The sculpture being part of a triptych is inspired by the idea of duality, which is the state of having two aspects or qualities that are often opposed or contrasted. He says that duality is a characteristic of human nature, where we have both positive and negative aspects that make us who we are. He says that duality is also a source of creativity, where we can use our differences to generate new ideas and solutions.
Beyond the concept of duality, the sculpture is inspired by the idea of emptiness, which is the state of being without content or substance. Emptiness is not nothingness, but rather a potential for something new. The artist says that emptiness is the space that allows us to create, to think, to feel, and to transform. Emptiness is also a state of mind, where we can free ourselves from external and internal influences and find our true selves.
"Entire half" is an interactive sculpture, meaning it can be touched, moved, or changed by the viewer. Hence, Entire Half comes with different spheres (blue, red, white & black) and an art collector may even requests a different appearance.
Last but not least, Entire Half is also available in a virtual dimension, meaning that it can be viewed online or through augmented reality applications. He believes that art should be accessible to everyone, regardless of their location or background.
The art series ‘contemplation’ explores the idea of duality and emptiness. Duality is having two opposite or contrasting qualities that shape our human nature and creativity. Emptiness is being without content or substance. Emptiness is not nothingness, but rather a potential for something new. Emptiness is the space and the state of mind that let us create, think, feel, and transform. The sculpture inspires its viewer to reflect about ourselves and our inner and outer battles and find our true selves.
The sculpture is part of a series of three within the art series Contemplation: