donated clothing, 3D printed dog skull, PVC, foam, wood
This stunning sculpture is a testament to the power of community and the transformative potential of communal ritual. Created with the help of many hands, it is a tribute to the adage that 'many hands make light work.' Through the use of an atypical method of rug making that repurposes recycled clothing, this sculpture depicts a beast erupting from the fabric of domesticity. The rug's pattern, rich with nostalgia and memories, contrasts starkly with the confrontational nature of the subject matter. The sculpture challenges the traditional roles that have long been reinforced by communal rituals, highlighting the need for change and transformation. The interplay between the domestic and the wild, the nostalgic and the confrontational, creates a tension that invites the viewer to contemplate the complex interplay between tradition and progress.