"Now How Will We Get Around?"
by sabine7 / November 21, 2007
Jon Pylypchuk’s sculptures are evocative of soft toys that have come to grief, but are creations put together out of an array of scrap material. These pathetic animals reflect the hopelessness of the human condition and the emotions we would prefer to avoid. Emotional frailty is worn as physical weakness, as a bird and a sort of cat sit together wondering how one leg each will serve them. Some other creatures are caught in a situation only made worse by the presence of too many snakes, while a couple of sock-wearing misfits stand around without even a title.


Artist: Jon Pylypchuk
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These things always end with 30 snakes in your face
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