Human Without Hands
Human Without Hands was originally a pencil sketch, rendered to a larger-than-life print. The figure is focused on something outside of herself, with the awkward arm stretching out in the same direction. It has been shown at Slade School of Fine Art MFA Degree Show 2012 and at Galleri Hörnan in Falun, Sweden 2011. It is an editioned sculpture, edition of 5, and is made to be able to stand in any direction (head down is the main).
Artist: Nina Edling
Artwork Size: 167 x 173 x 1 cm
Materials: board, print, wood and paper
Styles: conceptual, contemporary, realistic, sculpture and portraiture
This artwork is a print.
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