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Mosquito ‘Mosquito’ is typical of Feng Shu’s interest in capturing the likeness of insects in porcelain — a relationship that the artist tracks back to growing up under China’s One Child Policy, and the loneliness culminating in time spent outside looking for insects to amuse him. The work is particularly sharp and balanced, the ceramic defying typical limits and delicate boundaries to reflect the fragility and needle-like keenness of the insect. A green patterned print adds a decorative complexity, and the steel and overall stature of the object — scaling up the insect significantly —suggests some kind of mutational or science-fiction-like evolution. http://hieronymusobjects.com/content/images/thumbs/0019861_mosquito_1.jpeg Feng Shu


Mosquito

‘Mosquito’ is typical of Feng Shu’s interest in capturing the likeness of insects in porcelain — a relationship that the artist tracks back to growing up under China’s One Child Policy, and the loneliness culminating in time spent outside looking for insects to amuse him. The work is particularly sharp and balanced, the ceramic defying typical limits and delicate boundaries to reflect the fragility and needle-like keenness of the insect. A green patterned print adds a decorative complexity, and the steel and overall stature of the object — scaling up the insect significantly —suggests some kind of mutational or science-fiction-like evolution.
Artist: Feng Shu

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Ceramic -Stainless Steel Sculpture 18.0000 inches 36.5000 inches 26.2500 inches