Sculpture

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Sculpturing is a conversation, the artist listens, ready, and open, she/he does what is necessary for the sculpture to express its potential and beauty.The idea that the artist is the center and the driving force in the process is absurd, this concept is essential for the egocentric vision of creation, but it has nothing to do with what happens in the real world.Sculpturing needs patience, determination, humility, stillness, hard work, the absence of the ego, and the connection to Selfknowledge.

A sculpture is an untold story, already present in the space of nothingness, the artist helps this story to come into the world

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The Dancer

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Becoming 44 - La Mente

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Connectedness 1

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Ohne Zeit

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Connectedness - Baumdelphin

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Die before you die

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Becoming 22


emptinessno time no spaceform appearselements riseearth, wood, metal, water, fire, windgrowing in its natural space in onenessmind cut's into piecesthink become thingthing become trashtrash become deathdeath become lifelife is onenessoneness is emptyemptiness


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Connectedness 1

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Connectedness 1 

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Contemplative Transformation Recycling Realities

The materials are mostly recycled like “dead” wood, garbage, things found in the street. The world is full of "stuff" with which we can work, this makes specially sense in a society of get and trash.
The process of arting (creation) is contemplative, where the mind is reduced to a minimum functionality and a maximum of connection to/with the universal-creative-intelligence.
Contemplation is the gateway to emptiness 

"The sculpture is already complete within the marble block, before I start my work. It is already there, I just have to chisel away the superfluous material.

Michelangelo