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In the transition from painting to sculpture: armoring the canvas

The event of transition, the free swinging between the medium of the picture and the medium of sculpture, creates a peculiar state of light floating and dormant heaviness - formative and sustaining for the works in the "Next Past" series.

A classic picture carrier - a sturdy wooden stretcher frame covered with white primed canvas - is covered with seamlessly joined aluminum fields and riveted. The final seal with white ink is hand-polished several times. Due to the natural oxide layer of the aluminum, the basic mood is permanently retained and the polished structures take up the color mood of the surroundings.

The wall sculpture weighs 6 kg, is signed on the front and back with the initials cR and dated on the back. It is equipped with a slight spacing and heavy-duty hangers for easy mounting on the wall.
In the transition from painting to sculpture: armoring the canvas

The event of transition, the free swinging between the medium of the picture and the medium of sculpture, creates a peculiar state of light floating and dormant heaviness - formative and sustaining for the works in the "Next Past" series.

A classic picture carrier - a sturdy wooden stretcher frame covered with white primed canvas - is covered with seamlessly joined aluminum fields and riveted. The final seal with white ink is hand-polished several times. Due to the natural oxide layer of the aluminum, the basic mood is permanently retained and the polished structures take up the color mood of the surroundings.

The wall sculpture weighs 6 kg, is signed on the front and back with the initials cR and dated on the back. It is equipped with a slight spacing and heavy-duty hangers for easy mounting on the wall.
In the transition from painting to sculpture: armoring the canvas

The event of transition, the free swinging between the medium of the picture and the medium of sculpture, creates a peculiar state of light floating and dormant heaviness - formative and sustaining for the works in the "Next Past" series.

A classic picture carrier - a sturdy wooden stretcher frame covered with white primed canvas - is covered with seamlessly joined aluminum fields and riveted. The final seal with white ink is hand-polished several times. Due to the natural oxide layer of the aluminum, the basic mood is permanently retained and the polished structures take up the color mood of the surroundings.

The wall sculpture weighs 6 kg, is signed on the front and back with the initials cR and dated on the back. It is equipped with a slight spacing and heavy-duty hangers for easy mounting on the wall.
In the transition from painting to sculpture: armoring the canvas

The event of transition, the free swinging between the medium of the picture and the medium of sculpture, creates a peculiar state of light floating and dormant heaviness - formative and sustaining for the works in the "Next Past" series.

A classic picture carrier - a sturdy wooden stretcher frame covered with white primed canvas - is covered with seamlessly joined aluminum fields and riveted. The final seal with white ink is hand-polished several times. Due to the natural oxide layer of the aluminum, the basic mood is permanently retained and the polished structures take up the color mood of the surroundings.

The wall sculpture weighs 6 kg, is signed on the front and back with the initials cR and dated on the back. It is equipped with a slight spacing and heavy-duty hangers for easy mounting on the wall.
In the transition from painting to sculpture: armoring the canvas

The event of transition, the free swinging between the medium of the picture and the medium of sculpture, creates a peculiar state of light floating and dormant heaviness - formative and sustaining for the works in the "Next Past" series.

A classic picture carrier - a sturdy wooden stretcher frame covered with white primed canvas - is covered with seamlessly joined aluminum fields and riveted. The final seal with white ink is hand-polished several times. Due to the natural oxide layer of the aluminum, the basic mood is permanently retained and the polished structures take up the color mood of the surroundings.

The wall sculpture weighs 6 kg, is signed on the front and back with the initials cR and dated on the back. It is equipped with a slight spacing and heavy-duty hangers for easy mounting on the wall.
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Next Past - Q.10.2 Sculpture

Christoph Robausch

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Sculpture, Metal on Aluminium

Size: 39.4 W x 39.4 H x 2 D in

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In the transition from painting to sculpture: armoring the canvas The event of transition, the free swinging between the medium of the picture and the medium of sculpture, creates a peculiar state of light floating and dormant heaviness - formative and sustaining for the works in the "Next Past" series. A classic picture carrier - a sturdy wooden stretcher frame covered with white primed canvas - is covered with seamlessly joined aluminum fields and riveted. The final seal with white ink is hand-polished several times. Due to the natural oxide layer of the aluminum, the basic mood is permanently retained and the polished structures take up the color mood of the surroundings. The wall sculpture weighs 6 kg, is signed on the front and back with the initials cR and dated on the back. It is equipped with a slight spacing and heavy-duty hangers for easy mounting on the wall.

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Sculpture:Metal on Aluminium

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Size:39.4 W x 39.4 H x 2 D in

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Robausch’s artworks oscillate between painting and sculpture, texture and structure, matter and space. Based on his long experience in architecture and industrial design, he developed a special technique to build wall objects and freestanding sculptures. The essence of his objects is the specially designed supporting structure - currently - coated with aluminium. Painted with india ink and hand-sanded with diamond abrasive, his artworks create a timeless depth, with a unique atmosphere.

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