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"Don't Touch Me"

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Photo Description:
Tazu's piece explores the taboo of depression using a literal representation of a broken human being. The form lays in a foetal position introverting and pushing others away, yet the viewer feels the need to touch and give comfort to the broken girl. The figure is constructed from mod-rock casts and broken car windscreens giving a beautiful blue/green effect and depth to the shattered glass. The figure is constructed from mod-rock casts and broken car windscreens giving a beautiful blue/green effect and depth to the shattered glass.
 
Author
Tazu Walden , 15 yrs
 
School
Chipping Norton school