Ethernet Cable Figure Sculpture by Kasey McMahon

We've featured conceptual artist Kasey McMahon's artwork several times before on Neatorama, so I'm quite happy to unveil her portfolio page on Neatorama's new Art Blog.

This one above is called "Connected":

‘Connected’ is a life-size self portrait made of steel, CAT5 and other data cables. It is the first piece in a new series called ‘The Global Brain’. I’ve been exploring how interconnected we’re becoming as technology is more entwined in our lives – both the positive and negative effects. This piece is the product of a variety of experiments in different mediums trying to express the power of information in a human context – to visualize how technology and information are shaping our collective human experience.

Check out more artwork by Kasey: Link | Kasey's Official Website

If you're an artist and would like a feature on Neatorama and reach tens if not hundreds of thousands of new fans (yes, for free because we love indie artists), please email me!

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Before reading the explantory words, I took it to be a commentary on the Internet and porn... As if asking how technological and removed from flesh can a woman be, and still be attractive.
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