A Drowning Sculpture Questioning Our Future- Are We Going Drown Or Float?

November 8, 2021
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Ruben Orozco Loza is a Mexican Hyper realistic Sculptor. His art installations are enormous. His recent sculpture Bihar, meaning tomorrow, in Euskera. It is a sculptural intervention that seeks to highlight the impact of current social decisions on the future of young lives. The sculpture is raising essential questions about climate change with its symbolic drowning or floating visuals. Are we going drown or float?

With this artwork Ruben wants to help people reflect and see that, like this social sculpture, could arrive, a time in which we are not afloat. Each decision we take, we choose whether to sink or float. There are many other similar installations created by Loza.

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