The Yason Cove, where the artist’s home is located, hosts a bell glass placed in a tree trunk that has completed its life cycle as a result of the floods triggered by global warming; the bell jar is home to a small-scale ecosystem of plants and a coccyx, which is the tail bone. The monkey sculpture is the focal point of the installation, representing the beginning of people on this earth. the sculpture’s passive viewership reminds viewers that within the life-death or emergence-disappearance cycles of nature, the human presence is made moot and the tragic end that is expected is unavoidable, as presented in the contemplative look in the monkey’s eyes.

Commissioned within the scope of SAHA Studio program and produced with the support of SAHA.


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