“Choices are made in brief seconds and paid for in the time that remains.” Paolo Giordano
This project explores the topic of decision making which is a response to news about fatal car accident by teenage drivers. The crumpled paper texture symbolises "what's done cannot be undon", while the other side is craved with a seizing hand that illustrates one's free will to choose and decide our own future. The context of a medal helps to show the contrasting nature of having given choices and the fate that lies beyond the choice. Perhaps decision making is something as heavy as the medal itself.
Plaster, casted in guilding metal | 2013