Arts / Secondary
Contemporary Conceptual Sculptures
This is an exhibition of sculptures by pupils in Secondary 3. They had to come up with a message that is important for them and express it in the form of a sculpture. This work was done during the Art class with the teacher Triin Suurküla.
Schoolyear 2020-2021 / Secondary 3 / Teacher: Triin Suurküla
"Anxiety" by Stella, Tessa and Timur
Living with anxiety is like being followed by a voice. It uses your insecurities against you. It gets to the point when it’s the loudest voice in the room- the only one you can hear. The black hands represent the panic that overwhelms you.
"The Book of Knowledge" by Klim, Aaryan and Kalev
Our idea is a book about knowledge. Ideas come from knowledge. We have a lightbulb to represent the ideas and a book to represent knowledge. Alltogether it shows ideas coming from knowledge.
"Chained to phone" by Aleksandra, Tilde and Daisha
Our project represents how people are addicted to their phones. Be mindful about how much time you spend on your phone!
"The Fridge" by Yusei, Minttu and Mariel
It represents world hunger and the amount of people that die due to it. The fridge represents food and the cup of blood shows death. The message is to not waste food.
"Karen" by George, Maja and Sandrine
Our project is about a famous female called Karen. Karen is an evil woman who thinks she is the boss of everyone and eveythings. She is the „queen“ of the world. In our sculpture we show Karen caughing as Karens are known "Anti-maskers".
"Love is love" by Nida, Taito and Muzhgaan
Our project brings awareness to the LGBTQIA+ community and how, although it’s 2020, gay marriage isn’t legal in Estonia. Our project also represents all the different subcategories and identities out in the world.
"Society’s Toy Box" by Hayden, Venla and Nese
This piece represents how society traps people that are diferent and forces them to change who they are for other people. The lock and the hands represent how hard society tries to keep you trapped.
"Trying to escape" by Oskari, Laura and Gregg
Our idea is amessage about the topic of child labour. The teddy bear represents a child or children and the rock with the chain represent the child being trapped. We chose this topic because child labour has been going on for a long time. This is supposed to show how the child feels.