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I would like to point out right now that this post will not contain a joke about love dolls.

Artist Wayne Chisnall is currently showing an impressive sculpture featuring the artist recreated and deconstructed as a plastic model kit. The sculpture, titled “And When I’m A Man,” is indeed life-size and certainly gives you something to think on. Between the familiarity of the presentation and the unsettling nature of a cut-up human, it playfully touches on the commodification of people and challenges the viewer to consider what it means to “own” art.

Makes you think (about something other than love dolls).

(Wayne Chisnall via Gizmodo)

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