Isaac Cordal is a Spanish street artist who creates tiny installations in public spaces around the world. Named “Cement Eclipses,” his project consists of miniature clay people who communicate with urban surroundings in ways that examine society, capitalism, and the foolishness of human presence. From abandoned figurines sleeping overtop rain drains to the aftermath of suicide, each sculpture surprises strollers as moments of both magic and reflection, creating empathy for the tiny people as well a tolerance for larger societal ills.
As explained on Cordal’s About page, “These tiny sculptures contemplate the demolition and reconstruction of all around us,” urging us to view the world from a refreshed perspective and question the modern state of human progress.
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