" Object's Group # 7240"


Portugal

Sculpture
Size: 25.5 H x 39.3 W x 39.3 in

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Art Description

Sculpture: Plastic and iron on Plastic and Iron.

This object is part of the series "The Unpredictability of Things".

In my current work, I am researching the spatial possibilities of drawing - the relationship between two-dimensional space (drawing) and three-dimensional space (sculpture /object).

My interest is especially in the line, not only as a structuring element of space, through which we make the perception of the images, but also as an essential element in the definition of nets, through their repetition.

For me nets are very interesting, because they do not only suggest the idea of connections that we have in our nature ( body and mind) but also shows the connections that we have in the world where we live and that we know ( in society and in natural world).

That is why I’m now particularly interested in the coiled line, which creates chaotic organic looking webs.The idea is to relate the connections of these different universes, not only to expose their complexities and fragilities, but mainly to show their similarities.

So in the construction of my sculptures, I use materials that can reproduce this "lines" - hot glue, kitchen scrub wires, or even wire.

Along with these ideas, I use other concepts to objectify my objects, such as; unit, multiplication, deconstruction, complementarity, opposition and transformation.

This particular object, is made of hot glue and have a structure of iron painted with shinning black and iron. It was built with four layers of empty cylinders, laid on a transparent acrylic platform, to give reflection and dept.

Keywords: Floor Sculpture, Reflection, Black, Emptyness, Cube, Illusion, Lines, Nets

Subjects: Abstract

Styles: Abstract, Conceptual

Mediums: Plastic, iron

Materials: Plastic, Iron

Prints: Abstract Art Prints, Abstract Art Prints, Conceptual Art Prints, Plastic Art Prints, iron Art Prints, Plastic Art Prints, Iron Art Prints

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