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Cycle 2, Version 3

Sopheap Pich Cambodian

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“This series is based on the form of stomach intestines. I was first interested in human organs for their anonymity in terms of overt meaning. To me they are abstract shapes that had open possibilities for interpretation. All these things I had thought about began to make some sense—at least enough for me to trust that they make sense as sculptures. Through the years, I made several versions, big and small, of this piece. It continues to be an important work for me.”
—Sopheap Pich

Cycle 2, Version 3, Sopheap Pich (born Battambang, Cambodia 1971), Rattan and wire, Cambodia

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