Glass artist Neringa Vasiliauskaite created these haunting frames by salvaging scrap-iron pipes and "accommodating people's faces in their holes."
Says Vasiliauskaite, the main idea of the work is to expose the "narrow, rusty way people think, stereotypes and limitation. Since birth we are dressed and framed into stereotypes and this constrains our thinking."
"We see only what we want to see... [the] used materials accurately reveals the chosen topic: old pipes that were found in a scrap-iron post and just 'accommodated' people´s faces in their holes. This symbolizes our own prison in our minds."