Objects - Beeings

“Objects – Beeings” or ” fossils “, the sculptures vaguely reminiscent of human forms are made from cosmetic packaging leftovers collected between 2011 and 2019, which have been transformed using Papier Mache technique.

The process of creating a fossil sculpture spans over several months. Besides air/time, it is actually water that enables the creation, as it dissolves the chemicals while making the whole process an olfactory one.

By elevating the objects/beings from consumer society, and transforming the material into something new through the act of kneading,  following the analogy of French philosopher Michael Serres : the outside and the inside of the material are entangled and interchanged, and while air becomes part of the mixture, it also brings the question of time into the discussion as well.

 

 

FLOATING LANDSCAPE: Cosmetic packaging, water, Adhesive and skim coat plaster, 2020

BABY : cosmetic packaging, water, Adhesive and skim coat plaster, 2018

BEING : Cosmetic packaging, water, Adhesive and skim coat plaster, 2020

“floating landscape”

“Beeing”

detail „Being“ : sprouts are to be seen growing from within the sculpture.

MOUTH : cosmetic packaging, water, dried roses and wall paint, 2019

detail „Being“ 2

HEAD : Cosmetic packaging, water, dried roses and other plants, red wine, 2019. Photo: kunstdokumentation.com

HEAD n.2 : Cosmetic packaging, water, dried roses and other plants, 2019. Photo: kunstdokumentation.com

sculptures in space

 

FLOATING LANDSCAPE: Cosmetic packaging, water, Adhesive and skim coat plaster, 2020

BABY : cosmetic packaging, water, Adhesive and skim coat plaster, 2018

BEING : Cosmetic packaging, water, Adhesive and skim coat plaster, 2020

“floating landscape”

“Beeing”

detail „Being“ : sprouts are to be seen growing from within the sculpture.

MOUTH : cosmetic packaging, water, dried roses and wall paint, 2019

detail „Being“ 2

HEAD : Cosmetic packaging, water, dried roses and other plants, red wine, 2019. Photo: kunstdokumentation.com

HEAD n.2 : Cosmetic packaging, water, dried roses and other plants, 2019. Photo: kunstdokumentation.com

sculptures in space