Brothers depicts the joining together of two separate but connected individuals, explicitly siblings. It explores how, on communicating with one another person, we also see a reflection of ourself.
According to the artist, The two figures are brothers and partners. But, they also suggest the idea that each person has two aspects - good and evil. I believe that every person has the capacity for both elements.
The sculpture is a universal image, a physical embodiment of the joining of minds.
Brothers was on display at Marble Arch, London, from 8 May - 5 November 2016
A video of the artist speaking about the work and showing the installation can be viewed here.