2019 · 23 x 20 x 10 cm · steel
What can we see behind society’s mask? Heavy layers of disguised emotions, the altered self that due to the social pressure decides to portray only his socially acceptable emotions. Carefully designed, this sculpture presents the real self; the one that gets buried alive under the contextual factors of modern society. More often than not, individuals choose to suppress or mask their raw feelings, sadly forgetting that no aspect of their mental life is more important than their emotion. Short-lived states or meaningful memories, primitive or sophisticated, conscious or unconscious, in the end, emotions make life worth living.