Wood Sculptor Creates Sculpture Of A Submerged Man With A Pixelated Glitch
Taiwanese artist Hsu Tung Han recently unveiled his latest sculptural work, a 5-foot snorkeler that appears partially pixelated. Han often incorporates digital glitches into has carved figurative works.
With this piece, Han draws attention to the differing wood blocks within the snorkeler’s body. The slightly different tones and varying wood grains enhance the depth of the contemporary sculpture, as they appear to worm their way out of the body until liberated freely.
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