Self-taught and highly attracted to anthropology, New Zealand sculptor Gaelle Weissberg
finds in this fascinating variety of the various indigenous world cultures the confirmation that there is a myriad of ways to grasp our human reality. Our civilization, so-called modern and industrialized, often has the illusion that technologically less advanced cultures are ‘behind’ us, yet we each have to learn from each other. Exhibited in many museums around the world, she hopes, through her exceptional work of singularity and expression, to share her amazed gaze on our fantastic species, and to anchor in an optimistic vision the possibility of a true human brotherhood.
(Photo credit: Studio photo JM2)