EVERYDAY NEUROTICISM: UNCOMFORTABLE PARTS
Uncomfortable Parts Sarah McNutt
Uncomfortable Parts Sarah McNutt

Sarah McNutt

Uncomfortable Parts
Uncomfortable Parts
Uncomfortable Parts
Uncomfortable Parts
Uncomfortable Parts
Uncomfortable Parts
Uncomfortable Parts
Uncomfortable Parts
Uncomfortable Parts
Uncomfortable Parts
Uncomfortable Parts
Uncomfortable Parts
Uncomfortable Parts
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Year: 2013

Method: Body parts casted from a variety volunteers mounted on a raw clay base

Materials: Cone 04 Clay, pigment wash, raw clay, armature

Measurements: 6'x3'x3'

 

This work was derived from the overarching topic of everyday neuroticism,  in this case, the idea of being displeased with psychical qualities of the self. Participants identified an area of their body that they felt 'uncomfortable' with. These part were copied, fired, and displayed together as one figure.