This sculptural work of unfired clay places the trunk of the elephant deity Ganesha and the tail of the snake deity Naga together, both coming from Hindu-Buddhist tradition, originally from India and localized in Southeast Asia. And this works, continues my exploration with the mythologies of Southeast Asia.
Exhibited in the solo exhibition, The Reconstruction
Head and Tail: Ganesha and Naga (2018)
Sculpture. Unfired stoneware, pvc pipe, plynth.