Rosa Verloop uses flesh colored stalkings to create humanoid sculptures. These sculptures mimic the density and fleshiness of a human existence yet they are eerily malleable. The soft feeling of these statues evokes corporeality that give these statuary added meaning. The grotesque aspect of these figures comments on what we as people see as see as “normal”. Nylons are normally used to smooth out imperfections but, Verloop uses them to create misshapen figures that comment on the human experience.