Undine

Undine 3d printed Art Sculptures Undine on the beach (photo)
Undine on the beach (photo)
Undine 3d printed Art Sculptures Undine lit from within (photo).
Undine 3d printed Art Sculptures Undine lit from within (photo).
Undine lit from within (photo).
Undine 3d printed Art Sculptures Undine on the beach (photo)
Undine 3d printed Art Sculptures Undine on the beach (photo)
Undine on the beach (photo)
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Undine 3d printed Art Sculptures
Undine 3d printed Art Sculptures
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My work often examines the subject of Anthropomorphism. Here, I have explored the human/animal relationship, and included mythology and science to tell a 'story'. With Undine, I've explored the beauty of a Bottlenose dolphin skull (Tursiops truncatus), gathered from photographs taken of the animal in a display case. I've touched on the mythology of Undine – a water nymph from European folklore - to present the animal in 'humanised' form. This is not a foreign concept, we've all grown up with the popularisation of mythology in films, television, media etc. However, what we 'prefer' to see, is complete 'human' form – as with the UnSeenBrothers, '… eye comprehends the body, as a human body, but not the face (or skull) – thereby introducing a juxtaposition in what we 'see' versus what we 'know'.” The features of the body (soft and feminine) reflect how I viewed the forms of the skull.
cm: 10.872 w x 19.038 d x 10.128 h
in: 4.28 w x 7.495 d x 3.987 h

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