Interface by Bradley Sabin Signifies Merging of Human and Plant Worlds

By: Meghan Young - Published: Oct 4, 2012 • References: sorengallery & mymodernmet
Interface by Bradley Sabin, an American artist, is an art installation that revolves around the shell of a man exploding into what appears to be a million flower fragments. Of course, a million is quite the exaggeration. In reality, the installation is made up of 1500 ceramic pink magnolias, which is still a very impressive number.

Created for LSU Musuem of Art's exhibit titled Uniquely Louisiana, Interface by Bradley Sabin will be on display until November 11, 2012. One of 50 pieces representing the Louisiana environment, Sabin reveals that the installation "reflects a dream-state where the plant world and the human world merge." Each petal was made separately and then pressed together to form a flower. The flowers were then screwed to the wall for a floating effect. Stats for Flower-Exploding Sculptures Trending: Older & Buzzing
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