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Still Figure

My days at RISD seem to reveal oddities of artistic acts that apparently flow from every pore of the campus.
May 19, 2008

It lies so still on the ground. I happened upon this sculpture lying in front of one of the cafeterias at RISD. Looking closer, I see that it is a small figure with a head made out of the roots of a living weed. Everyone is so busy with final projects that they seem to ignore the little figure. I stare at it and wonder why it is there. And what will be its future.

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