Decapitated heads and the words "reflective" and "glistening" don't go hand-in-hand, but not according to Michele Deiters and Bibi van der Velden.
Mother and daughter duo Michele Deiters and Bibi van der Velden have created an interesting art display featuring decapitated heads. While it may sound disgusting, these heads are coated with reflective surfaces, which at times can seem trippy. The inspiration behind the project was to reflect the surrounding environment so that people can take part in the sculpture's experience.
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