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What's left behind Sculpture

Giorgos Papasotiriou


Sculpture, Marble on Marble

Size: 11.8 W x 0.2 H x 11.8 D in

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While experimenting with nature forms from the book of Ernst Haeckel, my need for life brought to life my need for the remnants of life. Fossils. What we see can be still alive and what we can imagine by the fossil is how would it be if it is still alive. Dionyssos white marble

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Sculpture:Marble on Marble

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Size:11.8 W x 0.2 H x 11.8 D in

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I am inspired by the beauty and mystery of the natural world. My sculptures celebrate form and texture and hover in the relationship between light, shadow and atmosphere. I am concerned with the search for inner truth and the purpose of existence. The journey we have taken, a journey inward to retrieve memories that exist hidden within us, poses questions both to me as I create and to the viewer. Who he is, what he is, where he comes from, what he carries, what he wants to tell us now, what he is doing in this world, what his purpose is, where he lived, how he breathed, how he moved. These are the questions that arise every time I hold a new piece of stone or a new idea in my hands. In many of my sculptures I bring the material to such a stage that the viewer often questions the material himself. I enjoy and always encourage viewers to touch my sculptures, because I believe that through touch they can feel the sculpture as a new being, since touch is a sense of contact with other bodies. I am constantly experimenting with different marbles and techniques to express new life forms and personalities, creating an eclectic body of work. I complete the intuitive process of form making with great attention to harmony and detail. I want the end result to look natural and not stylized. Most of my sculptures are textured, a skin, in an attempt to reflect the diversity in both human existence and a general level of variation. Light is part of the sculpture and an integral part of the creative process, not only because marble is the material of light, but mainly because it is through it that the character of each work emerges best.

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