What It Is Like to Be
What It Is Like to Be is an anamorphic sculpture made of 144 hand-painted glass strips. The cubic piece shows four fragmented images, each assembling every 90° turn. The glass strips are cast in a concrete socle that sits in a wooden bowl and stretches about 30 centimeters long. All fragments were painted separately on the strips with acrylic.
The title is inspired by a paper by American philosopher Thomas Nagel
Materials: float glass, acrylic colors, wooden base with concrete filling