Faces was the first anamorphic sculpture by Thomas Medicus. The work was created as part of his final project at the Glass College in Kramsach and formed the basis for further anamorphic installations such as Emulsifier.

Faces is based on the idea that our identity is constantly changing. This dynamic concept of the subject also has a socio-political implication that sets it apart from ideological concepts that view cultural and social spaces as static and as non-communicating vessels, i.e. from understandings of culture that not only permeate entnopluralist ideologies but are also found in identity policy discourses.

Year: 2013
Techniques: stained glass on metal rods

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