Peruvian-born sculptor Emil Alzamora has created a series of abstract works of the human form which actually give the viewer an idea of how the piece is "feeling". Using materials such as ceramic, concrete and bronze, his featureless figures seem to actually convey their "emotions" to the viewer through their positioning and general design. Alzamora sees the sculpting process as a way for him to understand emotions and the world around him. He says,
"For me it's rewarding to see a sculpture convey a kind of presence or communicate some sort of emotion, I find the human form has a story that pretty much anyone can dig into on some level without having to know too much about art."