Teresa Esteban

CASCADA

Obra en alabastro blanco. Pertenece a la serie "Stone waterfall".
El agua cae al fondo y va modificando la superficie de la piedra

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Abmessungen : 34 cm x 20 cm x 40 cm (Height, Width, Depth)
Gewicht : 7 kg
Jahr : 2019
Material : Stein, Stein
Bearbeitung : abgetragen
Stil : architektonisch

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CASCADA
Obra en alabastro blanco. Pertenece a la serie "Stone waterfall". El agua cae al fondo y va modificando la superficie de la piedra
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z in the box
bewegliche Skulptur aus einem Stück
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Ohne Titel
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Denis Defrancesco, Kunststoff, Kunststoff
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Denis Defrancesco, Bronze
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Bunter Hund III
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FG 1
Edition von 15Stk FG ist die Abkürzung der Blume „Froschgoscherl“ (Löwenmaul). Die ersten Skulpturen wurden von ihren erotischen Farben und Formen inspiriert. Sperrholz-, Kunststoff- oder Metallstreifen werden unter Spannung miteinander verbunden (geleimt oder geschraubt), wodurch sie wodurch sie sich zu Kurven verformen. Löst man einen von dem anderen, verändert sich die Gesamtform. Die Objekte verformen sich durch ihr Eigengewicht und je nach dem wie herum man sie hängt. Die Objekte haben kein Oben und kein Unten und können beliebig herum gehängt werden, wodurch der Eindruck entsteht, als hinge immer wieder ein neues Objekt (Gesamtform) an der Wand, obwohl die Struktur immer die gleiche ist. Licht und Schatten spielen ebenfalls eine Hauptrolle, da enge Zwischenräume dunkle und weite Zwischenräume helle Flächen entstehen lassen. Farben unterstreichen die Formen und verstärken ihren Ausdruck. ________________________________ Edition of 15 pieces. The sculpture is dismountable and can be hanged in different directions. (It is hanged at the wall with a nail of specific length attached in the package) The sculpture is inspired by a flower called snapdragon. It is inspired by the flower´s erotic shape and colors. The visible structure of the wood gives an sensitive impression. The thin and sharp blue line gives structure and orientation. The objects are deformed by their own weight and depending on the direction they are hanged.
Alexander Lorenz, Holz, Metall
Sehnsucht II (Longing II)
The Missing Piece series, 150 x 300 x 8 cm, 1.45 tons, solid steel, acetyl cut, unique piece.
Wolf.Werk, Metall, Stahl
Floating 4, 2017/18 + Floating 1, 2017/18
Floating 4, 2017/18 1200 x 1209 x 3 mm Edelstahl Auflage 2 Floating 1, 2017/18 1390 x 978 x 3 mm Edelstahl Auflage 2
SZUETS, Metall, Metall
Head 10
cast, handbuilt, black chocolate clay, combustible materials, photo Marco Wittkowski
Babette Martini, Keramik, Ton
Grace of Hunger
Exotic wood, pine cones, resin "21st Century" collection
Radu Alina, Holz, Naturstoffe
FG 2
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Head 7
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Babette Martini, Keramik, Ton
War poetry
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Radu Alina, Naturstoffe, Sonstige
FG 3
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Alexander Lorenz, Holz, Metall
Head 8
cast, handbuilt, black chocolate clay, combustible materials, engobes, photo Marco Wittkowski
Babette Martini, Keramik, Ton
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