Bust of Herodotos Epoxy, bronze & iron powder, patina, foam on marble base 2020 $1,200
Grave Stele with a Family Group Alpha-gypsum, fiberglass, urethane, silver nitrate, pigments, steel, silicone, epoxy on aluminum cleats 22x 19x 4 (in) 2020 $2,250
Sarcophagus Fragment Epoxy, bronze powder, patina foam, magnets 8x 7 x 1 (in) 2020 $750
Michael Ziga (b. 1993, USA) works using digital fabrication techniques to question humanity’s reliance on technology to better understand the devices that stimulate and expedite our lives. Future Fragments is a series of sculptures designed using 3D scans anonymously taken from The Metropolitan, Louvre, Uffizi, and Acropolis museums. The scans were digitally sliced, reconstructed, and output to create new sculptures from old, building the future from fragments of the past.