• Everyday Objects Are Sliced and Re-Assembled into Distorted Sculptures by Fabian Oefner

    24 days ago - By Colossal

    “Heisenberg Object V - Cortez” (2021), leather, foam, and resin, 30 x 18 x 15 centimeters. All images © Fabian Oefner, shared with permission
    In Heisenberg Objects , Fabian Oefner translates quantum mechanic's uncertainty principle into a sculptural series of segmented objects. The Connecticut-based artist uses resin to solidify the everyday items, which include sneakers, a Leica M6, a tape recorder, a Seiko clock, and flight recorder, before slicing them into countless individual pieces. He then aggregates those fragmented parts into dissected sculptures that resemble the original object...
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