Kane’s Golemecha blends Jewish and Japanese mythology.

This sculpture feature a mixed media assembly of  Judaic folklore; ”  golem”  ( a protector made from mud and sticks).And the “Mecha”, a  Japanese tale ; a culture of protectors made from advance robotics.  the Golemecha takes its form from combining both uniquely Asian cultures, with the intention  to create a modern day mystical protector of things.

 the “awesome art ” project reconstruction feature not only  nature but technology as well. as the overall feel is a mixtures of organic materials and synthetic ones: plastic, welded metals rods, wires-mesh, plaster wrap, 3d printed parts, glue, spray paint , borax, branches, roots trees kits. Led kits, preserved moss, and bonsai, copper plating, and patina kits


The Golemecha  is the  art project of Garret Kane, an assemblage sculpture artist based in Brooklyn NY   who has also made similar mixes of materials to create art projects before. All of which had seek to alter natural materials.

… I still think it’s important to jump into the fire and create a philosophy to build upon – a fundamental understanding of what it is you are doing and why you are doing it,”  Garret Kane  says, “Because let’s face it, being an artist can feel quiet ambiguous.” 








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