A New Glass Sculpture by Androgynous Human’s Head

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Head Instructor: a new glass sculpture by Thomas Medicus analyzes the human mind through four anamorphic images. Sculpture by Androgynous Human’s Head.

The Austria-based artist builds sculptures from segments of painted and hand-cut glass, which present a different image depending on which angle you view the rotating cube. In his most recent work, Head Instructor, concept follows form. The piece presents several viewpoints of an androgynous human’s head, showcasing the hidden thoughts and viewpoints that might occupy one’s mind.

“In Head Instructor I tried to show that when you look at a person, a brain, or the world, what you will see always depends on your perspective and the method you use,” he explains to Me. “There are always facets that will remain fragmented or hidden when you only approach from only one side.” You can take a look behind-the-scenes of how one of his hand-painted panels is constructed on Video.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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