22 photos - 21 x 30 cm and a signed certiticate by the artist
10 copies + 2 artist’s proofs.
Please note that box color is subject to change.
From a text by Eleanor Shelton:
…Commenting on his much publicized work using Lego pieces to construct such unlikely structures as prisons and concentration camps (as reported in Chris Burden’s essay in Temporary Art and Culture), Libera notes that “The rationality of the LEGO system is shocking, you cannot build an irregular construction from these blocks, or something shapeless, there will always have to be a right angle somewhere. You can only do what the rational system allows you to do.” Thus Libera concluded that the construction of these camps, mental hospitals, and prisons mixed the historical with the contemporary to represent our world. He doesn’t stop there. Other Lego works resemble toy soldiers and classical female figures that represent women as special targets of victimization and regional genocide...