BRAINWASH,  2012


                                        40 by 40 by 85 cm.
                    Glass, paper, pigments, plastic, resin, wood.

BRAINWASH (new word since 1950/1955) is the process or an instance of brainwashing to effect a radial change in the ideas and beliefs of a person especially by methods based on isolation, sleeplessness, hunger, extreme discomfort, pain and the alternation of kindness and cruelty.
The ANNA AGTMA artwork "BRAINWASH" shows the effects of an intensive forced
indoctrination (brush). The brain (skull) rejects old beliefs and accept new ones, resulting in robots and zombies (wooden manikins) sprouting from the new mind.

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