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Jonathan Borofsky: Molecule Man 1+1+1

Jonathan Borofsky has said that the key word to describe his sculpture is archetypal; the figure does not represent one particular human being, but man in general.

Significantly, the figures in Molecule Man 1+1+1 are arranged in such a way that, although facing in different directions, they are able to communicate with each other. This is one of several Moecule Man sculptures that have been sited around the world, including the permanent installation at Spree river in Berlin.

"My first Molecule Man sculptures were made in 1977 and 1978 in Los Angeles. Originally, I was fascinated by this molecule idea because of the simple fact that even though we appear to be quite solid, we are infact composed of a molecule structure which, in itself is mostly composed of water and air."

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