deBRETAGNE | Remembrance
Alix deBRETAGNE is a London based artist and Human Rights activist. Throughout the years, deBRETAGNE has taken an active part in society using the medium of art to promote equality, diversity and activism. Although inspired by renaissance art, deBRETAGNE is mostly a post modern impressionist working in painting, sculpture and small scale art installation.
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The sculpture is a contemplation on art left unfinished and artists that have left this world before having a chance to finish what they’ve started.
De Bretagne contemplates on fellow artists of all trades that across the decades have been struck by the deadly virus HIV and passed away, never getting a chance to shine their light.
The human shape of the sculpture intertwined with the unfinished aspect acts as a remembrance symbol and represents the fragility of life. A blob of red paint is applied to the upward facing head to represent the HIV virus and it’s destructive effects. Other elements are left to the interpretation of the viewer.
Clay set on steel rod, acrylic paint
Additional information
Weight 1 kg
Dimensions 5 × 15 × 55 cm