a point of departure

the human factor

“… the human figure is unsettled in ways that mix up signs of familiarity and otherness, presence and absence. Ultimately it serves not as an end point but as a point of departure for staging and unlocking the ways that our culture constructs identities, social positions, values and histories”

(Ralf Rugoff, The Human Factor: The figure in Contemporary Sculpture, Exhibition Catalogue, Hayward Gallery, London, 2014)

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