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this work is made on a wooden support to which small colored aluminum and tin sheets have been screwed with a "rust" effect. The artist represented a sort of hull of a large ship that glides fast on the sea. The vision of gigantic container ships traveling on the sea have always generated in the artist a sensation of infinite pleasure mixed with fear (hence the title "endorphin"). These large mobile structures seem to lose their majesty once immersed in the vastness of the sea, and their travel on it makes them look like small light animals.
this work is made on a wooden support to which small colored aluminum and tin sheets have been screwed with a "rust" effect. The artist represented a sort of hull of a large ship that glides fast on the sea. The vision of gigantic container ships traveling on the sea have always generated in the artist a sensation of infinite pleasure mixed with fear (hence the title "endorphin"). These large mobile structures seem to lose their majesty once immersed in the vastness of the sea, and their travel on it makes them look like small light animals.
this work is made on a wooden support to which small colored aluminum and tin sheets have been screwed with a "rust" effect. The artist represented a sort of hull of a large ship that glides fast on the sea. The vision of gigantic container ships traveling on the sea have always generated in the artist a sensation of infinite pleasure mixed with fear (hence the title "endorphin"). These large mobile structures seem to lose their majesty once immersed in the vastness of the sea, and their travel on it makes them look like small light animals.
this work is made on a wooden support to which small colored aluminum and tin sheets have been screwed with a "rust" effect. The artist represented a sort of hull of a large ship that glides fast on the sea. The vision of gigantic container ships traveling on the sea have always generated in the artist a sensation of infinite pleasure mixed with fear (hence the title "endorphin"). These large mobile structures seem to lose their majesty once immersed in the vastness of the sea, and their travel on it makes them look like small light animals.
this work is made on a wooden support to which small colored aluminum and tin sheets have been screwed with a "rust" effect. The artist represented a sort of hull of a large ship that glides fast on the sea. The vision of gigantic container ships traveling on the sea have always generated in the artist a sensation of infinite pleasure mixed with fear (hence the title "endorphin"). These large mobile structures seem to lose their majesty once immersed in the vastness of the sea, and their travel on it makes them look like small light animals.
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ENDORFINA Sculpture

Lele De Bonis

Italy

Sculpture, Wood on Aluminium

Size: 36.6 W x 49.2 H x 2 D in

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this work is made on a wooden support to which small colored aluminum and tin sheets have been screwed with a "rust" effect. The artist represented a sort of hull of a large ship that glides fast on the sea. The vision of gigantic container ships traveling on the sea have always generated in the artist a sensation of infinite pleasure mixed with fear (hence the title "endorphin"). These large mobile structures seem to lose their majesty once immersed in the vastness of the sea, and their travel on it makes them look like small light animals.

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Sculpture:Wood on Aluminium

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Size:36.6 W x 49.2 H x 2 D in

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Born in 1980, Lele De Bonis lives and works as a set designer for several companies in the theater, cinema, amusement parks and outdoor scenography sectors. At the same time he has developed a personal artistic path focused on the concept of recovery and assembly, through which he represents what strikes him most in real life. The human being is the center of his works and he usually represents it in a cynical and grotesque key, without ever condemning it. Wood and aluminum are the materials he uses the most. Beyond the message, their constructive juxtaposition allows him to play and experience infinite alchemical relationships between hot and cold materials. Starting from the concept of “ready made”, through his assemblages, Lele is constantly searching for an aesthetic dialogue aimed at creating a material and chromatic balance between the different materials within a composition. His works are a continuous alternation between explicit references to the current historical context and a more abstract, introspective research.

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