The condition of being uprooted and seeking new soil in which to grow again is the perennial quest of the refugee.
Roots outside of the soil and arteries outside of the body - where are the similarities and where are the differences? Are they not both evidence of life? They are the substance that confirms human existence. Who pulls the arteries out and who offers the soil for them to grow in? It is the body with its warmth, pulse, and resonance that opens its pores and becomes the fresh soil for the arteries to seed deep inside and nourish them, so that the blood starts to flow again.
"Uprooted><Rerooted" Project, Royal College of Art, 2016
Materials: 2mm Soft Stainless Steel Wire, 1,5mm Soft Stainless Steel Wire, 1mm Hard Stainless Steel WireDimensions: 14.5cm X 11.5cm X 3.0cmWeight: 9.1gr
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