The amazing quality of metal lies in its ability of melting and modeling. Somehow metal is a “backstage support” material due to its concrete hue, weight and functionality. Yet it is
bestowed with diverse possibilities of interpretations when applied in surface design.
The physical tactility of metal and the processes involved in making a sculpture are what fascinate the artist. For more than ten years he has been exploring the reciprocity between open ended imagination and the defined structures of design and symbol exemplified in type. Sculpture & Type is a series of sculptures about reflection and contemplation. The head is generic, non-specific, genderless, and egg-like in form and intention. The artist looks his sculpture as a mirror which reflects back the observer’s experience in new combinations and associations. The works are open ended with no didactic intent other than to see new possibilities.
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