Min Bikhram

Min Bikhram

Los Angeles, CA, US


Keep It All Inside

The aspiration of the work is proposing to re-examine the possibilities of form generation as an autonomous entity trough the understanding of Rituals of butchery, carving, re assembling following the notion of the forms. There is another history and evolution of rituals in relation to the bodies and their mutilations, human and animals alike. These MISFITS produced some of the most contradictory conditions of horrific-becoming-beautiful and the beautiful-becoming-horrific (grotesque) exploring the possibilities of the new mutant tissue formulated to generate interiority as an opposition to iconicity.

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Status: School Project
Location: Vienna
Additional Credits: Diploma project was exhibited at the KunstlerHaus Museum in Vienna