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Exoplanets Print

Nikolas Tsorpatzidis


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Space, the final frontier. From the dawn of civilization man tries to reach for the stars. Is there someone out there or are we alone is this vast universe? This work speaks about the great insecurity we feel as a species when we think about life in other planets. This is the modern “primitive” man gazing with awe at the prospect of space exploration, crippled by beliefs, religions and the darker aspects of human nature. The latter is symbolized by the missing pieces in his body. Edition of 8

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Print:Giclee on Photo Paper

Size:8 W x 12 H x 0.1 D in

Size with Frame:13.25 W x 17.25 H x 1.2 D in

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Nikolas is a Greek sculptor working mainly in bronze, but also wood and marble. His passion for sculpture stems from his fascination with the sculpting process. According to the artist: "It is the constantly present challenges, when I harness hard materials, that push me to explore new methods and techniques, in my effort to realise my ideas in small, medium and large scale". He also uses various patinas on his sculptures, "as an experiment of understanding how the same work may be perceived by the viewer in different ways". His work is influenced by the countries from the four continents in which he has lived in throughout his life. "Wherever I travel, I always absorb and process how people interact with their world, especially in places outside the Western canon of living and thinking", says the artist. That is why, apart from history and mythology, elements from indigenous peoples are often incorporated in his sculptures. "I believe that even more than technology, art sparks the imagination and makes you think outside the box": Nikolas is deeply concerned about the position of the human race in a future defined by machine learning and our co-existence with androids and cyborgs. His work is, therefore, an expression of his beliefs and feelings for the future of humanity.

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