An Interrogative Element

G.I. wire, paper mach├ę, glue (170 x 120 x 150 cm.)

An interrogative element is a form of question about the social identity of a human being.
We are always trying to create our identity, depending on some objects like a dress.
And we are creating the identity as, what is the male dress? Or what is the female dress?
I am questioning that social phenomenon.

Void space inside the work helps create curiosity about this element. So this artwork would build a
sense of the transformation of social knowledge to a form of a question.
And the material also helps: papier mache has a transformation quality.