The Figurative Sculptures of Etc. and the Madness

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The strange textile sculptures of Etc. and the Madness subvert humanity in their writhing forms. For some, the creatures may resemble the pop culture-Internet-born villain Slenderman. But Etc.’s characters are decidedly less sinister, and are more disconcerting in how their casual, slumped existences.

“In my ‘Mirror’ pieces, I have tried to get as close to reproducing the human creature as possible,” the artist says, on the “Mirroring Reality” series. “The shape is right, the size, the clothes, the body language. But something is off. Something is wrong. We wish for it to be the sorrowful and harsh situations they are posed in. But it is not.”

See more of the artist’s work below.

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