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Sorry. Resin, Polymer Clay, Acrylic. 2021.

This piece makes a commentary on how saying “sorry” too often or when it is not needed can often contribute to ones own detriment. The idea for ‘Sorry’ came from personal experience and its underlying meaning is represented by imagery of self harm. My message is that this practice of constantly making oneself out to be a doormat is just as harmful mentally, as it looks physically. With experiecne in special effects makeup, gore seemed to be the best way to communicate this idea. ‘Sorry’ has polymer clay lettering fixated on a resin base. The text was hand sculpted over aluminum foil and then given texture and dimension with acrylic paint. The resin base has an even layer of razor blades through its entire center. The piece was finished off with more razors and fake blood.

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