My favorite art work from the ICA is the middle photo in the last row. The artist is Lucy Kim. The artwork was created in 2016. This was created out of Oil paint, urethane resin, epoxy, fiberglass, wooden frame, and acrylic paint. It then was a cast and created a mold of people. I'm not sure of the size of the artwork. The setting is on a wall in a gallery. There is molds of different men. There is great lines that make even squares for each mold. There is great values of colors from gray to black. The texture is hard. There is positive and negative (where the holes in the artwork) space. The photo of the man is traveled throughout the whole art work. This work is very proportional. The man in the photo looks realistic. I feel very interested every time I look at the work. It makes the viewer ask a lot of questions to yourself. The mood is a very fun artwork because of how it is made but with the dark colors it can also make the artwork look serious. The story was she made a different cast on people who try to change there body like a plastic surgeon,or a fitness trainer so she did molds on their body to show how people want to change your body. The artists purpose was to show different forms of peoples body. I really like the piece because I think it is creative. I think it should be an important piece in History because it is so different from others. It shows that in 2016 everyone wants to change themselves to look better. It probably would inspire other artists artwork because of her great technique.