Spread through the exhibition space are enigmatic, misshapen objects. They are disquieting as they hover between artificial and biological domains. We don't know if we're looking at a skull, or the inside of a walnut. Something has been alive but now it is dead and empty. And at the same time it's full of meaning.
|Flower Kidney, 2016, Polyamide 3d print from ultrasound scanning, wood, fabric, acrylic paint, camouflage spray paint|
Still the object is disquieting. Now we're looking in a mirror showing our own biology, our invisible vital organs, made tangible. Like the baroque sculptures where the mortal decay is shown under beautiful skin.
|The Touch, 2016, Resin 3d print from laser scanning, spray paint, wood, fabric, acrylic paint|
https://www.facebook.com/ - Pictures by Luciana Caputo
http://garagerotterdam.nl/nl/catalogi/24/kunstenaar/132/ - Pictures by Bas Czerwinski.