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prayer began as a chunk of raw alabaster gifted by a stranger on a winter night at Fog Bar in Rockland, Maine. The work embraces the non-finito approach to carving wherein the stone oscillates through varying degrees of finish and unaltered, natural states.
Where do you envision seeing this object?
I see this object enjoying the shade of a nopal situated between the Pyramid of the Sun and the Pyramid of the Moon at Teotihuacan.
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First Edition
Colorado Alabaster
20.3 D x 15.2 W x 25.4 H cm (8 x 6 x 10")
babyman studio creates an array of objects using the visual vocabulary of the collective unconscious. The studio strives to make our offerings accessible to a wider public by providing a transparent, time-based breakdown of production practices. babyman gives individuals the opportunity to acquire objects based on their own assessment of how they value labor / how their labor is valued by others. Hopefully this exploration of individual autonomy, open communication and trust-building leads to more generative forms of engagement between artists and their broader communities.