A sculpture to celebrate mathematics (and the divina proportio) deserves the author being stoned… with marshmallows.
Art and Sculpture
A sculpture to say Nature demands respect. When you feed cows with meat, you might end up with carnivorous gasteropods.
A sculpture to celebrate life – Une sculpture pour célébrer la vie.
A sculpture as a proposal to treat trypophobia – Une sculpture comme une proposition pour traiter la trypophobie.
A sculpture to celebrate the exquisite, sweet, and delicate sensation of a soft breeze chanting in the ears.
A sculpture to give strength when cliff-hanging.
Une sculpture pour donner de la force quand on est suspendu dans le vide.
This sculpture is dedicated to « Green Boots » and all alpinists who try to tame death. Requesciat in Pace…
A bling sculpture to show that the end justifies the means – Une sculpture éclatante pour montrer que la fin justifie les moyens
A sculpture tribute to Uranian Willy, the Heavy Metal Kid in William S. Burroughs’ novel « The Soft Machine ».
A sculpture to say that if Nations would wave their flags at the speed of snails, conflicts might follow the same pace.
Sculpture by Addé – A sculpture that won’t melt, no matter what. Une sculpture qui ne fondra pas, quoi qu’il arrive.
A sculpture by Addé to introduce the rarely seen ghillie snail – Une sculpture pour présenter le rarement aperçu escargot ghillie.
A sculpture to introduce the rarely seen ghillie snail – Une sculpture pour présenter le rarement aperçu escargot ghillie.
A sculpture to express the subjectivity of senses – Une sculpture pour exprimer la subjectivité des sens.
This sculpture was slowly constructed.
The driest sculpture ever…
A sculpture as a reminder all things must pass.
This sculpture is about la cattiva strada, ma questa non c’è la via Gluck !
A sculpture cannot tell of the future, yet might still be there tomorrow…
A sculpture to, both, recall a nasty disaster, and grant the overcoming power of nature.
Volare, to fly, how solid matter can express the impalpable force of air.
This sculpture, when seen in darkness, or, here photographed on a black background, not only takes Eigengrau in account, but its form expresses what can be perception in complete blackness.
This time, erosion is neither of natural cause, nor a damage, although man-made.
Sculptures, at least some of them, are the milestones, the reminders of rituality.
Growth of any form of life might be regarded as banal, it is, in fact fascinating.
A cenotaph to a Leprechaun king, a sculpture as a in memento.
If necessity is the mother of invention, curiosity must be her twin sister.
This sculpture is conceived to celebrate the first Mars landing. Originally over one metre high, it should be enlarged to become a monument.
A sculpture to praise the rainbirds.
A sculpture to thank the gods.