Spindel-Staffel Sculpture by Vinko Nino Jaeger

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Art Description

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.

Material SpindelStaffel
Ash (Fraxinus excelsior L.), rubber liquid, corn starch
Material Base
Beech (Fagus sylvatica), metal, tempera animal glue




Vinko Nino Jaeger


Size: 3.9 W x 16.1 H x 3.9 in

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