Name: Andrew Lidgus
Statement: Symbols appear throughout our lives, consciously and subconsciously, in our daily contacts with the human and natural worlds. They speak to us and inspire us with a sophisticated and universal language-a language that can be simple and complex. From antiquity to modern society symbols identify and illustrate our human condition. The beauty of humanity is that we allow each of us to uniquely interpret and freely express our personal and universal experiences.
South Garage North P2
400 N. High St.
Columbus, Ohio 43215
Paper, matt board, nuts, bolts, screen
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