Mercedes-Benz Financial Services

Yao Cheng Lin

2015 M.Arch.

Cocoon

concrete, Masonite, 2015, 21"w x 12"h x 4"d

I made these models to represent a city. The tallest one is a cage—a skyscraper but also a void. Skyscrapers are landmarks flourishing in every city. However, people hide behind these jails. Three of them are represented as blocks in cities. They have similar shapes but different styles. The small concrete cube is like an abandoned town. It fades into the shadow of cities. All in all, we are dying caterpillars in cocoons.

 

Yao Cheng Lin - Cocoon

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