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Sculpture: Metal, Steel, Spray Paint on Stainless Steel, Other.
Queen (Star woman)
it is part of the condensation / dispersion of matter cycle. This sculpture differs from the others in the cycle by the attention paid more to the wrapping dress of the sculpture than to the body of the figure. Both are treated lightly but while the dress is treated in its entirety the body is only sketched and partially defined. The sculpture is intended as an archaeological find from the future, has an archaic (almost a Romanesque icon) and futuristic value at the same time. On the dress or what remains of it there are symbols, drawings and textures. To make the sculpture lighter, the dress in contact with the floor is minimalist, it folds and becomes itself, a train of the dress and base of the sculpture. For the first time the head of Star woman, usually made without hair and adorned with a crown / sun / halo. I think it is one of the most refined and feminine of my sculptures
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