By DJ Pangburn
Snarling punk attitude meets reserved Renaissance sculptures in the work of Barcelona-based artist Gerard Mas, a man who also has a penchant for blending humans and animals into bestial portraits. Fifteenth century ladies pick their noses and blow bubbles, sheep’s wool becomes a topiary-esque labyrinth, and fractal Romanesco broccoli morphs into a shower cap. As with Qixuan Lim’s tiny baby head sculptures , Mas is also interested in infants, placing them atop pigs and in other odd scenarios. Whatever the material and subject matter, Mas’s work is surreal, humorous, and always bitingly satirical.
Source:: The Creators Project