"Vincent Pocsik’s sculptural works are a study of human form abstracted down to the point of its most transformative power.
Flesh twists, contracts, pushes against bones and skin and sinew, giving way to transformations of the self and the body that
envelops it. At the core of every human figure is the torso, and as Jean Arp noted, the torso is the part of the body that holds its
true nature: removing the head from the body takes away its reasoning and only leaves the heart. It’s this primal, instinctive,
core of the self and the body, both literal and figural, that Vincent Pocsik explores in this anatomically inspired series."
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