Gaps (airborn), 2012

poliester resin, wall paint
diameter 150 cm

photo Ela Bialkowska

Because of its relationship to a wall or facade, relief sculpture is in dialogue with archi- tecture. Here, the artist has created a “tattoo in relief” which appears as a part of the very fabric, or skin, of the wall. Architecture relies on the logic of geometry - primarly linear and planar elements - yet here the artist utilizes the geometry of the sphere in a roughly circular composition. As a result, the sculpture seems to pulsate or vibrate from behind the surface of the wall.

Gaps (airborn), 2012

poliester resin, wall paint
diameter 150 cm

photo Ela Bialkowska

Because of its relationship to a wall or facade, relief sculpture is in dialogue with archi- tecture. Here, the artist has created a “tattoo in relief” which appears as a part of the very fabric, or skin, of the wall. Architecture relies on the logic of geometry - primarly linear and planar elements - yet here the artist utilizes the geometry of the sphere in a roughly circular composition. As a result, the sculpture seems to pulsate or vibrate from behind the surface of the wall.