Simultaneously playful and incisive, artist Dana Younger uses themes from our shared culture to question things we often take for granted. Memories of destructive child's play might be just the first stop in an encounter with this piece. The life-size scale rapidly carries the viewer to contemporary associations with the human costs of war. Deeper still is the question of how the military is presented to children through toys, games and media.
Expanded polystyrene, polyurethane, enamel 48" x 15' x 15'
sculpture, installation, exhibition
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