David NASH

cabeza que asoma

  • YEAR: 1994
    DIMENSIONS: 84 x 36,5 x 19 cm
    TECHNICAL: tilo burned to zones
    MODE: escultura
  • The principal characteristic of this sculpture is that of a female bust with the head sunk into the shoulders, as if hiding in a corner.
    The nape of the neck and the throat are the best places for women’s perfume. It is there they are mixed with the subtle aromas of slightly burnt lime wood.

    David Nash

  • Exhibitions

    - esencias5
    - smell of Málaga. Olfactory Perceptions of the colección olorVISUAL
    - the fragrance of images
    - the fragrance of images (touring exhibition)
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