A Skeletal Wooden Kraken Climbs From Remote Ruins in France
8 monthes ago - By Colossal
French artist Thomas Voillaume , a.k.a. APACH, likes to mix his background in sculpture and video to 3D map digital works onto larger-than-life public sculptures in urban environments. For his 2016 sculpture The Kraken however, the artist decided to construct the work with a more minimal approach. The piece is an open wooden structure built into the ruins of Val d'Escrein , a remote valley in Hautes-Alpes , France. Its body is situated at the center of the stone building, while its six pointed legs reach over the crumbling walls.
Voillaume's work is one of three monumental installations...
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