These are by far the most amazing sculptures I’ve seen. Note that they were made in 2001 and include a CD-ROM. I guess it contains multi-media, whatever that meant back then.
Making sculpture isn’t easy. Fredrik Raddum from Norway has created an amazing body of work that makes me happy every time I see it, even if it sometimes projects horrifying scenes. Check out these better than nature steel pieces.
I know many people have strong opinions about how important ‘the artist’s hand’ is in a piece of art. I think pulling polygons is not considered as pure as old-fashioned sculpting with hand tools. Or using assistants, for that matter. German band Kraftwerk always tried to be in the forefront of technology. It works when it’s fresh. But [...]
When the Kaleidoscope first was invented by David Brewster, he was sure that his instrument would not only save the labor of designers but would do much better than designers: ‘It will create in a single hour, what a thousand artists could not invent in the course of a year’. Read more about this in the E.H.Gombrich book called, The Sense of Order. The only book you need to read about art.
I just discovered the joy of working with metal and objects that would withstand a nuclear blast. We obey objects and that make us different from animals. My work is about how we want to be different from nature.