‘The bird feeder’ sculpture is symbolic of the benefits to our mental health that feeling integrated in nature gives us, while also echoing the disembodied state that often consumes much of our existence. Our reliance on screens both for our work and our social networks leaves many of us unable to reap the benefits of an existence more integrated with nature. The bird feeder is a life hack to partially alleviate this disconnect. At least visually.
I hope to highlight this disconnect with the digital work opening up an avenue to fund the metamorphosis of the digital piece into a physical sculpture moving it from the intangible to tangible. For me, the union of digital and physical sculpture provides it’s own sanctuary. The union of art and utility.

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