Sky Habitat

The Elevation of Togetherness

Sculpture, Powder-coated stainless steel, 2014
Artist:  Daisy Boman (b.1948), Belgium
 
Location:  Sky Habitat Level 1, Singapore

 

The first instance that Belgium artist Daisy Boman uses bright red stainless steel strips to represent the silhouette of the human form, “The Elevation of Togetherness” celebrates human interconnectivity, human relationship and life itself. Featuring a family of five, it draws our attention to the unconditional bond between parents and children, and that among the children themselves. Boman called all her figures Bo-men – a name conspicuously derived from her own surname - with a belief that all men are born equal, and there is a oneness of the human race despite each person’s uniqueness.

Artist’s Biography

Daisy Boman grew up in Belgium. As a child, her favourite pastime was drawing – this led her to study interior design and photography at the Academy of Fine Arts. She was based in South Africa from 1981 to 1986 where her works were selected for the National Ceramic Exhibition several times. She returned to Belgium and started exhibiting outside of Belgium. Boman’s artworks can be found in private and public collections internationally.

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