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"KK_1620_Grad", Without base. Sculpture - Limited Edition of 5

Faxe M Müller


Sculpture, Metal on Steel

Size: 44.1 W x 34.6 H x 22 D in

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A line forms the origin of the sculpture "1620_Grad". The intertwined form stands for filigree lightness, which is diametrically opposed by the weight of the steel. In addition to the curved arches, the sculpture is shaped by gentle twists. The wedge-shaped widening cross-section of the tension-laden work creates the impression of a connection between the two ends. The abstracted form invites the viewer to let light and shadow take effect. The work is accentuated by gentle twists that complement the curves. The work, conceived for indoor and outdoor use, creatively fits into the broadly diversified group of works of the wedge bodies.

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Sculpture:Metal on Steel

Artist Produced Limited Edition of:5

Size:44.1 W x 34.6 H x 22 D in

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Statement: Wedge shapes are the foundation of my sculptural vocabulary. Even my latest sculptures are based on wedge forms that are stretched out into long linear shapes before rolling up, wrapping around, and twisting. The steel sculptures are developed through a digital 3D process and then transformed into flat elements, cut, rounded, twisted, before being welded together and grinded. Some appear delicate and light, while others are tightly looped and compact. In some cases, the curves are so close together that the limit of what is manufacturable is reached. Light and shadow playing on edges and surfaces, enhancing the dynamism of the forms and their spatial appearance. Keilkörper sind die Grundlage für das Vokabular meiner bildhauerischen Formensprache. Auch die jüngst entstandenen Skulpturen basieren auf Keilformen, die wie zu einer langen, linearen Form ausgezogen sind, sich dann aufrollen, umschlingen, verdrehen. Die Stahlskulpturen sind im digitalen 3D-Prozess entwickelt und werden anschließend in flächige Elemente transformiert, geschnitten, gerundet, verdreht, ehe sie miteinander verschweißt und geschliffen werden. Manche erscheinen filigran und leicht, andere dicht geschlungen und kompakt. Zum Teil verlaufen die Rundungen so nah beieinander, dass die Grenze des Herstellbaren erreicht ist. Licht und Schatten spielen auf Kanten und Flächen, verstärken die Dynamik der Formen und ihre räumliche Erscheinung.

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