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Metal Assemblages

BRASS AND STEEL SCULPTURES

This series is a direct translation of my recent explorations with cardboard, paper, and acrylic. The metal sheets are cut using water jet machines. The steel reacts with water, producing a rusty patina effect. I find that steel and concrete both share rough, raw, and industrial qualities.

Assembled Steel no.2: Disclosure

As we see the sculpture being assembled step by step, I have to say that even if it’s only an 8-piece puzzle, I sometimes need my instructions to remember how to do it. The last “L” shape piece is the key that locks the whole thing together.

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