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Swiss Artist Sibylle Pasche Creates Porous Sculptures Carved from Italian Marble

Swiss Artist Sibylle Pasche Creates Porous Sculptures Carved from Italian Marble

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Porous Boulder-Like Sculptures Chiseled from Italian Marble by Sibylle Pasche

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this kind of art could just keep you looking for 20 minutes and wonder how orderlessness could be so beautiful!

http://ryokishi.org/works/display/display.html   In the 19th century a lot of devices, such as Thamatrope, Phenakistiscope or Zoetrope, that displayed images were invented. These devices are unique in shape and process of how to display images itself.  In the process of generalization and optimization,the shape and process of the display converged to a stereotyped figure such as flat , square or fixed.  It is one of the most efficient shapes to transmit information correctly, but it`s...

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Porous Boulder-Like Sculptures Chiseled from Italian Marble by Sibylle Pasche

Swiss sculptor Sibylle Pasche transforms large segments of Italian marble into boulder-like sculptures which are covered in a porous web. These holes provide a peak inside the works’ complex …
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