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Anatomica di Revolutis by Joshua Harker

Published Dec 5, 2012

“Anatomica di Revolutis” is a wicked sculpture project by American artist Joshua Harker.

Joshua is using Kickstarter to get funds and support for this new project, his second venture on Kickstarter (the first one was the most funded sculpture project in Kickstarter history).

“My latest work entitled ‘Anatomica di Revolutis’ is in honor of the developing 3rd Industrial Revolution. My art has been inspired, enabled, & defined by it. The resources & networks of the revolution are my tools, medium, & art gallery. I’m here to present my art within the context of how & why I make it, not on a shelf or wall in a gallery, but within the current landscape of the public psyche & part of a larger event.”

– Joshua Harker

View the project on Kickstarter Joshua Harker’s website

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