Fossils from the future ＃06 “Lay’s”
Sand, Acrylic, Sumi, Pigment
W300mm D250mm H300mm
How will our consumption look when seen from the perspective of people in the future with different values?
The inspiration for this piece started from that simple question.
This piece is a sculpture made by sand.
The Lay’s potato chips is made of sand and the logo mark is in acrylic.
The symbol of consumption is detached from the functional material,
and the two elements are crafted from differing materials and given a different sense of time.
The concept is deconstructed and rebuilt from two materials in different times.
We have icon preferences, these icons are a part of our lives, and we consume them.
In this sense, the work is like a letter from the future to all of us living in the world right now.
The Womb of the City
Dialogue with the figurative ＃04
Dialogue with the figurative ＃03
Dialogue with the figurative ＃02
Dialogue with the figurative ＃01
Fossils from the future ＃08 “Louis vuitton”
Fossils from the future ＃07 “HERMES”
Fossils from the future ＃05 “Leica M10”
Fossils from the future ＃04 “Supreme”
Fossils from the future ＃03 “StarBucks Coffee ”
Fossils from the future ＃02 “Chanel No°5 ”
Fossils from the future ＃01 “Nike AIR JORDAN 1”
Crystallization of worthless time
“Sheet Music for Blank Space” #01 STEVE REICH / COUNTERPOINT
UNIT FOR Y-AXIS
FOR “THE” MUSICIAN, FOR “THE” SONG
LETTER FOR YOU
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