Convex Flesh and Concave Stone in Tune

Haegue Yang

“Like most of us, I live in a city, only occasionally coming into contact with nature. I’ve ‘planted’ this image of a human hand outstretched towards a carved stone hand in the London Underground to suggest dichotomies of nature and technology, and to draw attention to the Tube’s mystical, cave-like qualities. It’s not clear whether the human hand is reaching for the stone or being drawn unwillingly to it; the moment is intentionally ambiguous and suggestive. What is clear is the haptic nature of the image, the importance of the sense of touch”

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