Hans Some

phague

stainless steel,
sphid|phague|glia series



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Abmessungen : 150 cm x 50 cm x 40 cm (Height, Width, Depth)
Gewicht : 25 kg
Jahr : 2014
Material : Metall, Stahl
Stil : abstrakt, zeitgenössisch, architektonisch
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Hans Some

At first impression metal shows itself to be the material of consistency and solidity, but it is also the material resistant to any changes. To create a sculpture from an unhewn block you have to employ a lot of energy and strength. This creative process is the continuous confrontation of the artist with the material.The essence of my work is this dialogue with the material reaching and exceeding its own limits.The experimented resistance – the resistance of the object – is an essential character of the significant experience of personal truth. With this exploration of the resistant opposite you can start a dialogue and experience yourself.

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inlands #1 2017 steel & stainless steel
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Tsunami Paradiso Canto II. Life-size silhouettes of figures fleeing from the Tsunami are cast in thin iron. These shadows are inscribed with the names of the thousands who lost their lives in the disaster. As these figures are touched by the viewer and sway in the wind, they become the runners between this world and the next. The flatness of the figures was inspired by the distinctly flat, rather than ‘fleshy’ Adam in Paradise from Massaccio’s Adam and Eve. In 2008 the first set of sculptures was realised in bronze rather than iron. The engraved text is from Dante Aligheri’s Paradise, Canto II. The full text is only visible if you read the letters written in the air between the sculptures. This specific passage links the events of the Tsunami disaster with Paradise in a more profound way. In Canto II the idealised and beloved Beatrice takes the author through Paradise.
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