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My perspective My right hand and wrist maneuvered left as I turned the engine off, with my head slowly approaching the steering wheel in hopes of calmly laying on it as I exhaled in relief of arriving on time and safe. A few seconds later my cranium reflexed back to its original position; laying on the head rest. I gathered my “daily breads”; unhooked my soft pink and white polka dot silicon phone from my hot pink car charger, grab my purple honors college water bottle from the cup holder, drag my gray and black leather polka dotted backpack from the adjacent seat and weakly through it on my right scapula as it hangs on my thoracic area. I slowly exited my red Suzuki with precaution as…show more content…
I closed the door with the sufficient amount of muscle that I had and start my second day of school. As I walked to my first class: chemistry, in Building A, about 300 feet away I notice something spectacular. It was enormous but not intimidating, it was colorful but not happy, and it was vulnerable yet reserved. This 24” foot sculpture surrounded by concrete blocks at about 50 feet across DNA codes on the science complex floor;” An Homage of Classic Sculpture" by dEmo & Missoni. I instantly had a connection with that sculpture not only because of its humongous size but because of what it meant to me. I do not know dEmo 's interpretation of this piece however in my perspective it was a brilliant piece. Everything about this picture I believe symbolizes something. The way art is interpreted is original because the interpretation of the art reflects the viewer’s. My meaning of “An Homage of Classic Sculpture”, the positions, the…show more content…
The one thing that always caught my attention in anatomy class what the skeleton figure consisting of two-hundred and six bones that always seemed to be present. Which I can relate to this sculpture; his figure is really sharp from head to toe, symbolizing the very bones that support the body. When I looked close enough I could see the jaw bones, the ribs, the pelvic area, the phalanges, the metacarpals, and so on. I also observed the posture; his left hand reaching his elbow as if he is about to hold his neck, making himself smaller, showing lack of authority. I recently watched a Ted Talk that researched how body posture have an effect on the body and mind. The David: the statue originally depiction, Statue seem closed and powerless. Also, his right hand on his thigh as if he is scratching himself, appearing nervous. Signs I believe that shows insecurity that may be found in the humans and
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