On Certain Solitude

     In the On Certain Solitude project, I looked at how much an individual is part of a larger whole, what makes him lonely, and whether we can choose to be essentially individual or to be part of a collective consciousness. How much others, and how much we ourselves influence the formation of what we are with our thoughts. How much we are, we see on our body, what kind of energy, and what deposits of various lived feelings we carry. Is it easy for a man to notice this on another man? The sculptures are cast in bronze. They are elongated to avoid aestheticism in the form of the body, and to emphasize the energy with which we carry our material body.