High School Foundation of Art Students
You may have noticed some wacky and wonderful tape sculptures around campus, including a kidnapped woman with a mirror for a head and an arm sticking up into the air from behind her torso. William Yang, Kazarina Liao, and Aaron Chuang teamed up to join their separate tape sculpture body parts into one unique installation piece that can be seen on Lincoln Way on a sunny day. As a metaphor for how people become distorted and oppressed by other people’s projections, the sculpture invites the viewer to see themselves so they can understand how projections imprison others as well as to lend a helping hand to those in need.
Courtesy of Dr. Teresa M. Tipton