The Golem’s myth is coming from the Hebraic’s tradition. A man sculpts matter to a human shape and blows the breath of life in it. After some time, the creature turns against his creator. This is the representation of the human’s pride: in most of the religious and mystical belief, the only similar myth is the creation of humans by God (or gods).
The modern version is this myth is Frankenstein. With knowledge and technologies, a man is trying to reach the divine by creating life from unanimated matter (like a god).
In my case, those sculptures are unfinished because I can’t blow the breath of life. There are like empty shells.