Art: Gummi Bear sculptures by YaYa Chou

We love Gummi Bears – in all colors. So we got really interested when we saw some images of YaYa Chou’s work.

YaYa Chou is an artist from Taiwan who lives in L.A. and her work ranges from sculptures to animations. And she has created a set of sculptures she calls the “Gummi Bear Series” – objects made from the famous food item.

…In this series, I explored the relationship between food consumption and class. The bright colors and soft texture of children’s snacks construct a romantic scenario which draws my attention to the dangerous ingredient behind them. By rearranging the embellished snacks in the forms of luxury commodity, I wish to pose the questions: Who consume these foods? Who has the choice to choose…


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