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Daniel Perez's sculptures are fragmented representations of the human face. We understand the choice of the human face as a reference, only for the ease of being recognized through his parts, while being represented synthetically. In this approach, add the author's intention to raise the material appreciation, showing it at the same level of what it represents, using his poetry and his physicality.
Fragments is a series of works in which the public is an essential part of the work. The fragment is understood as it is by the experience that occurs on the viewer to see a figurative element recognizable form reproduced synthetically and "incomplete". This happens in a intense way if the "Fragments" are made in monumental scale. In this way the meaning of the artwork is full, because of the attributes of the material, the harmony of the volumes and the experience of the viewer in front of it.
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