Pill White Mother of Pearl is a wall sculpture in Luxuria, a series of projects that reflect our desires. The title, Luxuria, is defined in ancient Latin as lust, representing our longing and desire for sex, power, money, objects or food. Distinct from basic human needs, it propels a potent hunger, taking any shape or form, demanding fulfillment.
Inspiration comes from ecstasy pills that are distinguished by different shapes and colors and attractive embossed symbols or images.
The design of the round Luxuria Pill is inspired by the classic tablet shape and the pill use phenomenon in general. The font of the round Luxuria Pill is the same as on the tablets of pharmaceuticals BAYER.
|ARTIST||Catharina van de Ven|
|DIMENSIONS||Ø40 x 12 cm | Ø15 3/4 x 4 3/4 in|
|EDITION||8 + 2 AP + 1 P|
|MATERIALS||3D Printed SWF, Acrylic Resin, Automotive Paint, Glassfiber|
|PROOF OF AUTHENTICITY||Signature|