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    A sculptural attempt to visualize the tension of an everyday hindrance.
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Spinal Disconfiguration
 
(January 2015)
Steel, yarn, plexiglass tubes
I have been having problems with my neck for almost three years now. At this point, it's become a daily part of my life; yet, I still struggle with the constant discomfort I have to face with every second that I live. I have been to multiple chiropractors, and though a surgery to realign the structure of my neck is an end resort, I am very tempted by this point to get it properly fixed.
 
I want to be able to feel what it's like to feel nothing at all.
 
This piece is an attempt to understand the discomforting pressure and tension I feel on my neck everyday, through a structural likening to the wrestler's bridge position.
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