ICRE artist and partner Eloi Biosca exhibits his latest sculpture in the group exhibition “Queer Bodies, Diverse Minds” organized by the LGBT association “Colors Sitges Link” which will be held at the Vidal Studio, in Carrer d’en Bosc, 6, Sitges, from 3 June to 12 noon (both inclusive) from Monday to Friday from 6 pm to 8 pm and on Saturdays and Sundays from 11 am to 2 pm and from 6 pm to 8 pm.
The sculpture is a male nude entitled “What are you looking at?” moment in which he will encounter the expression between mocking and defiant of the boy.
Contrary to the politically correct thinking that today rejects the concept of the woman or man object and the sexual objectification of their bodies, Eloi Biosca claims that the best way to transgress transgression is for man to become a man as well. object, without this implying to deprive her of any dignity, and that he, in the face of an indiscreet look, can respond with coquetry, a reaction traditionally associated with women.
The statue is life-size, has been computer-modeled and printed in plastic on a one-piece 3D printer. While Eloi Biosca began modeling in clay, she has recently explored the possibilities. that new infographic technologies offer in the modeling of digital sculptural works and has researched how these can come out of the computer and can be materialized into tangible objects through 3D printing.