As I have noted before I love art that changes depending on your position; Be you close up, across the room, from one angle or another, from passed out below or hanging from your feet above. When I first saw these I thought “marble” but when I got close they were all plastic or other odds and ends placed together thematically and in remarkably intricate ways. These were some of the most unique pieces in..I think it was Scope Miami…I am pretty sure anyway but my notes are iffy. You should try to read my handwriting. It is like a monkey wrote the notes.
Regardless of my own note-taking incompetence, I do know when an artist has a vision that is beyond simple technical skill. I cannot tell you if his pieces will make your grandchildren rich if you buy one but I can tell you they will amaze you, your kids, grandkids and anyone who lays eyes on them. You cannot take your eyes off these sculptures and when you look at one piece and go back to it later you will see more, different aspects from what you saw the first time.
Kuksi has been featured in over 100 exhibits throughout the world. His work is also in private collections including those of Fred Durst, Guillermo del Toro and Robin Williams.
Anyway, Kuksi, is originally from Springfield, Missouri and more extensive information on him (he does more than sculpture) and his work is available at his website.