Growing upside down

Apr 28, 2010 | Sculpture

During the last months my work has turned towards other materials than stone.In conjunction with stone,cloth can express my interest in playing with the weight of stone by not just hanging it.Sculptures are created by hanging the stone and applying material,which then follows gravity.After completion of the work I turn the work by 180 degrees and a floating or growing up visual appears.

growth 1-2-3

growth 1-2-3

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