Miro Trubač

Borrowed Hands

The predominantly monochromatic white sculptures show, in essence, an expressive simplicity, they nonetheless bear an extraordinary air of significance. The works achieved their current form through the artist’s development from more colourful, epic scenes through the harmonizing of traditional sculptural motifs to their present “OFF white” format of material and thematic reductions. The character of the works can evoke the sensation of almost overwhelming frankness, but this allows us to pinpoint them with a degree of certainty and subsequently auto-interpret their multiple layering within a psychological framework based on lived experience. The viewer becomes an observer of human destiny, perhaps helping them to understand their own fates.

Everyone lost someone, a friend or one of their parents. My father passed in 2009. It doesn´t matter how old are you, it ´s always hard. This midget represents my strange feelings in borrowed hands.

Factsheet

Dimensions
85cm, 30cm, 22cm (Height, Width, Depth)
Weight
2kg
Year
2020
Material
Resin, Plaster
Style
Figurative
Theme
Society, Body
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