Terror

Sculptural and Collage Installation

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“Terror” is a combination of 3-dimensional sculptural installations and 2-dimensional collages. Terror is undeniably a most pertinent topic nowadays because of the tense political situation all over the world. Rather than displaying its obvious awfulness in general, the project focuses on its devaluation of human life and can be seen as a contemporary embodiment of Memento mori (Latin: “remember that you have to die”), a medieval theory and practice of reflection on mortality. Similar to Vanitas (Latin: “emptiness”), a 16–17th century Flanders and Dutch line of still life paintings, “Terror” features symbols of brevity of life and death as reminders of their presence and inevitability.


The Child of Terror


Surprise



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Death playing with life

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