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Sculpture “Successió en l’espai” (Succession in Space) by Miquel Andrino

The sculpture "Successió en l’espai" by Miquel Andrino is located in Parc de Sant Cebrià, a landscaped area on top of the tunnel of the motorway that limits Sant Cugat with Valldoreix. Miquel Andrino holds a Phd in Fine Arts of the University of Barcelona and he combines his artistic activity with teaching.

The work made of wood and iron measuring 300 x 70 x 70 cm was presented at the II Valldoreix Sculpture Biennial, which was held a year ago, and obtained an honorable mention. Its development combines railway lines painted in red and in the original project, the integration of a cable of “led” lights were expected, which joined the pieces producing the effect of a flash of lightning on the whole work. It is an ordered composition of ten rectangular wooden prismatic elements placed vertically at a certain distance from each other, creating a movement and a free fall of space volumes as if they were thrown at random. Wood generators, as the nucleus of the motif, make up a dynamic geometry and a rationalistic, almost kinetic, formal display of easy perception. The sculpture, built from industrial materials of modern urban life, evokes the railway. Located near the station, it wins in meaning.

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Miquel Andrino, "Successió en l’espai", © Imma Pueyo

 

Author: Imma Pueyo

Imma is a historian and art critic, living and working near Barcelona. She has been a member of sculpture network for almost three years and has joined us on many Dialogues.

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