Jordan Wolfson, Coloured sculpture, mixed media, 2016
Coloured sculpture (2016) features a cartoon-like boy suspended by chains. The sculpture moves and even drops. Its eyes employ facial recognition technology to track spectators’ gazes and movements, thereby adding another layer of interactive corporeality to the work. Using fibre optics, its eyes also intermittently display a range of imagery and video footage, including the artist’s own animations and filmed footage, and other found visual material, all of which seem to mine the subconscious preoccupations and desires of our society and consumer culture.