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Sculpture: Wood, Timber, Metal on Wood, Other.
Trophy for networking between the economic system and research.
Reproduction in wood of a mandrel Rieter R780. The original mandrel comes from a former dyeing and textile factory in Lafnitz (Styria, Austria). The wooden mandrel is covered with liquid rubber and corn starch. It is a combination of a madrel and a relay and connects handcraft, industrialization and a price for research with discernment.
Wood is a important raw material. It is ecological precious and has a wide range of applications.
The combination of wood, rubber and corn starch joins tactile experience with permanence and fleetingness. The enclosed corn starch is a body care product for the rubber skin of the SpindelStaffel.
Ash (Fraxinus excelsior L.), rubber liquid, corn starch
Beech (Fagus sylvatica), metal, tempera animal glue