2.44m x 1.22m x 1.22m
Plywood Exterior, Coffee sticks and thin wood for the interior
'Interior Realities' is a sculpture that represents the complex and often hidden aspects of the human psyche. 'Interior' implies a deep, inner aspect of something, while 'realities' suggests the varied and sometimes conflicting experiences that make up a person's mental and emotional life.
The piece presents a narrative that encourages viewers to explore their own perceptions and engage with the work and its environment. Using delicate wooden models and a contrasting solid exterior, 'Interior Realities' truthfully portrays the intricate workings of the human mind, depicting the fragility of the interior and the intricacies of the mind with a range of observations.
Viewers can touch and explore the sculpture, creating an opportunity for participants to understand the complexity of their own interior reality and connect with the work and its environment. 'Interior Realities' provides an immersive experience that enables introspection into one's own psychological journey.