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levitating bi-structure Sculpture

Nikolaus Weiler


Sculpture, Steel on Steel

Size: 9.1 W x 12.6 H x 7.5 D in

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Steel construction, 3,9 kg Rotable in the base Diameter of the arches 15x15 mm stable connections of 12 laser-cut parts with screwed steel rivets and epoxy resin - nearly unvisible Finely ground surfaces The parallel curves and lines are not joined. The sculpture is determined by several endlessly flowing surfaces... series: alldimensional sculpture

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Sculpture:Steel on Steel

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Size:9.1 W x 12.6 H x 7.5 D in

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Nikolaus Weiler lives and works as a freelance sculptor in Berlin since 1993. The focus of his work is the construction of space and bodies from and to all sides. The aim is a universal and objective sculpture in the field of tension between dynamics, movement and change. The spatial sculptures consist of different materials (metal, wood or glass), which complement and expand each other in their properties. The all-dimensional sculptures are a special kind. They can be presented on different sides and thus change their spatial and physical expression in a vivid manner. They can be weightless, static, dynamic or spacious. Technique of metal - wood constructions The metal molds are laser-cut and shaped using bending devices. Many wooden parts are fitted into the metal molds and glued to plywood substructures. This prevents cracking and warping of the wood in the rigid metal frame. Wood and metal constructions are firmly and stably bonded with special adhesives. In addition, the metal sheets are secured and anchored in the wood with special countersunk rivets (almost invisible). All surfaces are finely sanded and primed with linseed oil varnish and shellac. Finally, they are preserved and finished with Renaissance polishing wax.

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