The bonding connection of metals to humans is as old as the birth of first human being. Human blood is iron based, Iron (Fe) depicting the cycle of time right now as ‘Iron Age’. Iron (Fe) in blood links to the system that operates to channel energy. Stronger the conducting qualities of metal in blood, greater the energy it receives. In the Golden age, it was Gold (Au), instead of Iron (Fe) as in this diagram, the life span of average human body was 100,000 years. Due to gold bonding in blood, linkage to energy system was super conducting in nature. In Silver Age, it was Silver (Ag) with life span 10,000 years. In Bronze Age, life span was 1000 years.
This metallic bond not only destroys big distances between different cultures, countries and people, but positions every human being naturally equal to every other human being, unifies all of us more effectively than any language, because it is a collective shared experience being in the code of our blood. Gold, silver and other precious metals due to their higher conductive (magically healing) properties are more valuable than any other metal.
In light of above mentioned reality, this series of work explores the bonding connection of human body within framework of traditions of Corpus. It further expands its claim to see and explore human bonds recognized through common sharing and use of these precious metals in daily life, traditionally as well as at collective scale, through craft, through techniques of making, through using objects, through self-adornment and through commonly recognized ideas.