The work you see here is called Robes. And, yes, it's a "his" and "hers".
Few people notice that the robes are
hollow inside. For some reason, all of my early works were hollow on the
inside. I know what you're thinking—they're psychological interpretations of
the hollowness related to the loss of my daughter. This might be the case; I
don't know. What I do know is that the interpretation of a piece is in the eye
of the beholder.
This sculpture won a prize at the International Biennial of
Contemporary Art in Florence, Italy.