This series of three geometrical sculptures each represents different types of societies and is organized into:
"Upper-Lower" has two primary social classes: upper-class and lower-class. The result is an unbalanced construction that threatens to topple over. The aluminum structure is powder coated in gray paint, which expresses the murkiness of such a societal construction. According to Rad Hourani, this type of economic segregation is shady and can only be negative for any society.
"Upper-Middle-Lower" refers to three primary social classes: upper-class, middle-class, and lower-class. Rad Hourani powder coated this work in black, as this color encloses all colors of the spectrum.
"Upper-Middle" has two primary social classes: upper-class and middle-class. The work is powder coated in silver paint to suggest the wealth such a society would possess. In the neutral society envisioned by Rad Hourani, wealth would be divided equally among the population in such a way as not to diminish the quality of life of any constituent.
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