Figure Sculptures Made of Real Growing Grass

Paris-based artist Mathilde Roussel is fascinated with the transformation of the human body. Her ‘Lives of Grass’ installation series consists of human figure sculptures made from soil, wheat seeds, recycled metal and fabric. A faceless body is suspended in mid-air to give the illusion of freeze-falling, while the another body is lying on the floor in fetal position. Read more directly from the source.

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