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Spotlight on ’SENS’ & ’SCIN’

Figurative body portraits with simple spot lights projections
2019, 1 minute
Wire-Mesh sculptures ’SENS’ 2019 (black painted steelmesh) and ’SCIN’ (rose-gold finish) are unique hand-sculpted body portraits, suspended with fishing line, both torso sculpture with height 65 cm. Simple (spot) lighting produces fabulous projections.

Many thanks for music "The BeLL iN The PaRK" by Jan Pulsford.

See available wiremesh sculptures on page Mesh Sculpture.

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The distinction I make between art and design is that a design object is utilitarian and designed to be used whereas an art object is ‘useless’ other than being a work of art - as Pablo Picasso once said “The purpose of art is washing the dust of daily life off our souls.
David Begbie / Pablo Picasso