Exhibition of Studio Projects

blōw ID

Barbora Gažiová


blōw ID is an inflatable finger that paraphrases the unimportance of human visuality. This work was created using the technology of a high-frequency machine, which uses the power of magnetic waves to weld the PVC foil into the required dimensions/joints. I'm heading towards the group of people who don't affect their visual side and the group of people who control their visual through surgery. I am directly targeting people who have lost a joint/entire finger during various activities. This group is unwillingly dependent on society's judgment through the external form of the limb, after an injury it develops deformations that attract more attention from the environment. Inflating these parts paraphrases the emptiness in the final design and criticizes the human mindset.

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