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This sculpture references the Scholar’s Stones, Gongshi of China and the Suiseki of Japan. Both cultures elevate the selected stones on pedestals, which denies their gravity and identifies them as unique objects. These stones are considered sources of reflection and contemplation that embody an individual spirit. Traditional Scholar’s Stones are most often natural-found stones, whereas the artist’s contemporary interpretation is fabricated and totemic in form. This adaptation, set within a
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