Sculpture Multiple 4

guillaume roche

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€900
Multiple 4 is a numbered and signed sculpture (limited to 100 copies - n ° 1 to 5 sold).
  • Material : Stainless steel
  • Color : Stainless steel
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Sculpture Multiple 4

guillaume roche

€900

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This description has been automatically translated and may not be completely accurate.

Multiple 4 is a numbered and signed sculpture (limited to 100 copies - n ° 1 to 5 sold).

  • Type precision : Leather fire kit
  • Type : Limited series
  • Certificate of authenticity : Yes
  • Suitable for outside use : Yes
  • Installation : To lay
  • Dimensions : 20 x 20 x 20 cm

Piece delivered with: a certificate of authenticity

Stainless steel sculpture to pose.

The multiple is an artistic practice that keeps the artist's codes and obeys contemporary reproduction techniques. Each technical innovation opens to Guillaume Roche new fields of creation. Here, the digital cutting process allows to realize these sculptures reproduced, one by one, identically, numbered and signed by the artist.

This sculpture is made by the artist at the workshop of Etrechy in Essonne. The coin is packed in a box suitable for national and international transport. Transportation provided by Colissimo.

Craftsman

Guillaume Roche est sculpteur et l'inox est sa terre de modelage. L'artiste pousse les limites du matériau et recherche les contrastes. Son action est un aller-retour constant entre corps et matière. Il développe les caractéristiques du matériau à travers ses propres limites physiques ; mais aussi intellectuelle, par la façon dont il explore toutes les propriétés techniques et mécaniques de ses peaux métalliques. Sa recherche se réalise dans un travail géométrique. Sphères, cubes, pyramides, spirales, fractales ou ruban de möbius toutes les formes sont des arguments pour l’artiste. Circulation, torsion, l’artiste fouille l’énergie créée par le mouvement. Son travail formel cherche à comprendre l'infinie tension de la boucle.