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Sculpture, Plastic on Plastic
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Banta 1.1, something between sculpture and machine. It seems to me a bit like an old machine building whose walls have been scrawled all over. The ventilation slots could suggest a technical inner life. What fascinates me about it is that it looks old, but at the same seems as if it could be made viable again. One might be able to find out what the function of this device is. The hole in the surface developed because the original version Banta 1.0 was exposed to the sun for a long time on one side. An unanticipated development that I was happy to accept. The sculpture had become deformed at that spot and I later removed the part. Only then did I paint on the abstract drawings.
Sculpture:Plastic on Plastic
Size:9.8 W x 20.5 H x 5.9 D in
Ready to Hang:Not applicable
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I am Weibach2, birth name Oliver Neumann. I am a self-taught artist currently living in Wilhelmshaven, Germany. In 2019, Lee Bontecou’s wall sculptures drew me into the world of abstract art. I’ve been utterly impressed by her organic objects, holes and cavities, and the synergy between nature and fiction. Yet another companion for me is Wassily Kandinsky. With him, it is the psycho-spiritual that interests me. Oppositions, traces of wear and age, decay and imperfection are important components of my works. What is exciting is the story behind the object. What happened? What else might happen? The fragments I build are combinations of organisms and mechanisms. Not back to nature, but with the nature that comes next towards the future. Most of my work is produced at home or in my garden workshop. This involves the use of materials such as concrete, wood, metal, clay, textiles and paper.
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