16 Unique Pieces
Hand-engraved plexi glass block
12 x 8 x 2.5 cm / 4.75 x 3.15 x 1 inches
*Each sold individually
About Recycling Earthlings:
Recycling Earthlings, are shadow figures translated into lace patterns, visualizing, and expressing the interconnectivity within ourselves - our bodies when viewed on the cellular micro level, and within our society on a macro level - among societies on a planetary level as well as at the level of stars, at the intergalactic level. We are all part of this pattern where everyone is connected, sustaining, and being sustained by a yet bigger pattern. Thus, my Recycling Earthling images and figures representing the potentiality of shadows are a TOTEM to the many ways, often invisible, by which we are interconnected. They express and rejoice the potentiality arising from within each person. They show not only the zigzags and twists and turns of life, but also the interweaving myriad of connections that form human society and connect humans, just as love does… We are like threads, caught in loops of emotions in patterns of past and future generations of human society.
About Eva Petrič:
Eva Petrič (1983, Kranj, Slovenia) is a conceptual, inter-media artist who works with various disciplines of fine art, as well as with photography, performance and writing. She graduated from Psychology and Fine Art at the Webster University in Vienna (2005) and later pursued a master’s degree in new media at Transart Institute in Berlin/ Danube University Krems (2010). She participated at over 60 solo and 110 group exhibitions across Europe, USA and Asia. She lives and works in Ljubljana, Vienna and in New York.
She was the first Slovenian artist to exhibit two large-scale installations at the famous St. Stephan Cathedral in Vienna in 2016. Her work was also included Sing of Hope, one of the biggest annual open-air art projects in New York the same year. Her artistic expression includes photography, video, sound, performance, design, poetry and writing. In the forefront of her work is the concept of spatial atmosphere both on the physical, mental, imaginary and metaphorical level.