The parable of the blind men and the elephant is the idea behind the sculpture. This manually made author's work is created in classic Eastern traditions.
The sculpture is a collapsible elephant-like box consisting of seven parts. Six parts are figures of people standing with a wall, pillar, rope, snake, сarpet, spear – the objects from the parable of the blind men and the elephant. The six parts brought together form an elephant that is felt by the people standing around it. The seventh part is a figure of a human with widely opened eyes and outstretched hand in a pointing gesture. This seventh part is situated in the composition on all the other people. It is riding on the elephant. It is the cover of the box and it structurally connects all the parts together. It is made in the form of eyes – symbolizing enlightenment.
180/80/150 mm. Weight 3900 gr. price 638$
240/110/190 mm. Weight 5800 gr. price 845$
Production time - 14 days
Composite material, acrylic.
180/80/150 mm. Weight 490 gr. price 107$.
240/110/190 mm. Weight 1200 gr. price 169$.
Production time - 7 days