The Missing Link by Beju Lejobart, proudly shown at the entrance to the ENDANGERED Art & Photography Exhibition in December. This humorous installation allows you, the observer, to become the Missing Link by discovering man's lost connection casually kept by the orangutan.
My Dudali humanoid sculptures exploit a concept that I deem as eloquent as speech, Body Language. Universal, its intuitiveness ignores knowledge, transcends cultures. Dudali are colorful contemporary interpretations of thought and action through candid, yet precisely organized lines and shapes. These figures literally talk to the observer, when several are displayed together they become performers enticing the public to engage in their "conversation". The lightness of their message reaches spectators of all ages, they are fun, distracting and bright beings. Built of PVC tubes and fittings, their simple concepts, yet intricate designs will guide you into completing the piece by imagining the details of their facial expressions and hand gestures. Each conceptual sculpture can be built in an array of sizes from inches to 20 feet in height and is always finalized with consideration of the display location and of its users.