THE KEY – 2017


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This is a render of the design.

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Title: THE KEY
Part of series: Girls With Guns
Designed in: 2016
To be produced in: 2017
Material: multicolor composite 3D print
Print height: 70 cm
Edition: 8 unique pieces
Extra: A girl is standing on a chest, adorned with elements of the garden of Eden. I one hand she is holding the key to the chest. In the other hand, she is holding a flintlock gun.

NOTE: Gallery prices will be, depending on the size of the piece, roughly between 2.000 and 6.000 Euro.

The fall of man, or the fall, is a term used in Christianity to describe the transition of the first man and woman from a state of innocent obedience to God to a state of guilty disobedience. Although not named in the Bible, the doctrine of the fall comes from a biblical interpretation of Genesis chapter 3. At first, Adam and Eve lived with God in the Garden of Eden, but the serpent tempted them into eating the fruit from the tree of knowledge of good and evil, which God had forbidden. After doing so, they became ashamed of their nakedness and God expelled them from the Garden to prevent them from eating from the tree of life and becoming immortal. In Gnosticism, the snake is thanked for bringing knowledge to Adam and Eve, and thereby freeing them from the Demiurge’s control. The Demiurge banished Adam and Eve, because man was now a threat. Many Christian denominations believe that the fall brought sin into the world, corrupting the entire natural world, including human nature, causing all humans to be born into original sin, a state from which they cannot attain eternal life without the grace of God. The Eastern Orthodox Church accepts the concept of the fall but rejects the idea that the guilt of original sin is passed down through generations. Calvinist Protestants believe that Jesus gave his life as a sacrifice for the elect, so they may be redeemed from their sin. Judaism does not have a concept of “the fall” or “original sin” and has varying other interpretations of the Eden narrative.