AZTEK ROCK SNAKE
Temple base: 100 x 100 cm x Total height: 190 cm
Steel, plastic, synthetic fur, bronze, feathers and led
Temple base and snake electrically wired
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History of the work :
Second 3D work after WARHEAD.
This sculpture is the result of a well thought-out project Studies on the MAYA and AZTEK civilizations (customs, beliefs, knowledge, way of life and sacrifices) were necessary to fully immerse himself in the history of ancient Mexico.
To do this, the artist has imagined a winged, large-scale, audacious work. The idea of revisiting the QUETZALCOATL (the feathered serpent God) emerging from a steel temple, illuminated with 40 skulls, gradually took hold.
Nourished by his passion, the work, guided by the final rendering throughout its production, the work came out in spring 2019 and was presented at the Church of Saint Pierre de SENLIS where it received the sculpture prize of the city.