Dylan Hunt: capstone
The artist's statement: What makes us who we are is more than what makes us up physically. Self-identity is discrete and distant from the body. By using the forms and imagery of the body and distorting these familiar structures, the separation between the internal mind and the external body is exposed. The body made alien -- the familiar made foreign -- forces recognition that physicality is not always connected to consciousness. The body is not what controls who we are, and the mind cannot control what we are. For many of us this disconnect can be uncomfortable and unsettling. For others it ...
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