Ann Weber

Happiest Days of Our Lives 41-46

Beginning in 2018 I created this series of wall works based on hieroglyphics and images of graffiti in my neighborhood in Los Angeles. Do they represent language or figures cuddling up to each other? You decide.

The title derives from a song by Pink Floyd from The Wall album. It was created during a time of the infamous wall built between the US border in Mexico by an unpopular president. Looking for an alternative to the political reference for this series of sculptures, I choose this title thinking that no matter how difficult our lives and those of others can be there could always be something much worse in the future. There was.

Datenblatt

Abmessungen
254cm, 295cm, 30cm (H├Âhe, Breite, Tiefe)
Gewicht
14kg
Jahr
2022
Edition
1
Material
Recycelte Materialien, Karton
Stil
Abstrakt, Figurativ, Monumental
Thema
Konzeptionell, ├ľkologie
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