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Started as a study of negative space, it became a more personal reflection on separation. Negative space gives the piece form, beauty. It unites and separates.

3464.45 miles refers to two points in east London and Brooklyn.
Started as a study of negative space, it became a more personal reflection on separation. Negative space gives the piece form, beauty. It unites and separates.

3464.45 miles refers to two points in east London and Brooklyn.
Started as a study of negative space, it became a more personal reflection on separation. Negative space gives the piece form, beauty. It unites and separates.

3464.45 miles refers to two points in east London and Brooklyn.
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3464.45 miles Sculpture

L B Rios

United Kingdom

Sculpture, Plaster on Other

Size: 6.3 W x 9.1 H x 3.9 D in

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Started as a study of negative space, it became a more personal reflection on separation and connection. Negative space gives the piece form. It unites and separates. It recalls the line in Walt Whitman's, I Sing the Body Electric, 'The armies of those I love engirth me and I engirth them' 3464.45 miles refers to two points in east London and Brooklyn.

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Multi-paneled Sculpture:Plaster on Other

Original:One-of-a-kind Artwork

Size:6.3 W x 9.1 H x 3.9 D in

Number of Pieces:2

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I am a self-taught artist and sculptor based in London. Negative space and light play a big part in my practice. I have a studio in the garden and I often keep my work at the window and look across at it at different times of the day. I like to see how light and distance changes perspective. I bring this back with me when I’m back in the studio and it feels I’m bringing something new to the piece. It influences what I build or carve, what I add and what I leave. My work usually starts with a sketch. I often do quick finger sketches on my phone when I’m travelling around. I like the immediacy of having to create a sketch quickly as it reveals a shape and I don’t have time to obsess about detail. These can be quite commonplace in origin. From sketches of people snoozing on public transport, to a found object on the ground or the shape of the light on buildings. I rarely, however, replicate my sketches in solid form. The shapes and spaces I’ve sketched usually serve as a starting point. I enjoy exploring where the edges are and can be, how shapes intersect, how the form organically reveals itself and the mood of the piece.

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