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Corporate Head Statue

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An ironic look at a world often defined by consumerism, this odd and slightly grotesque statue makes a bold statement with its despondently postured figure. Terry Allen created the sculpture in 1990 using the "lost wax method" which dates back to 3700 BC. The nonexistent head is the focal point of this work of art, the loss of which symbolizes how much Western society has sacrificed for money and power.

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They said I had a head for business. They said to get ahead. I had to lose my head. They said be concrete and I became concrete. They said, go, my son
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Cheer up man, it’s Friday
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