Pixelated wooden sculptures by Han Hsu-Tung showcase our reliance on technology
In the age of technology, we can often feel our lives becoming more focused on our digital presence rather than our physical one. Han Hsu-Tung a Taiwanese artist is depicting this digital and invisible merging of life in the most physical way possible, through wooden figurative sculptures. These sculptures depict men, women, and animals all fading into pixels. Each sculpture is designed like a puzzle with all the segments coming together to complete the whole work.
Hsu-Tung’s process of creation goes through several stages, starting as a drawing, then a clay model, and finally wood, planning out every little detail along the way. The final piece is crafted out of African wax wood, walnut, and teak. Since Han began to post his works online back in 2006 he has proven to be a master of his craft with his ability to display movement in a sold medium being remarkable.
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