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Posted By: tasman h, 01-02-2017, 05:30 PM

This sculptural display was created in New Zealand as part of the 100th anniversary commemorations of the sacrifices of those in WW1. The clay and one set of bronze feet represents a platoon of soldiers.

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Interesting, I'm not a lover of feet at the best of times, is the idea here that the clay ones will disintegrate over time and just leave the bronze pair?
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Yes possibly, also the fragility and transience of the individual over the stability of the archetype/memory

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