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Evidence Sculpture

Aljaz Vidrajz


Sculpture, Mosaic on Ceramic

Size: 59.4 W x 59.4 H x 4.7 D in

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Using dimensional techniques, mosaic fragments (tesserae), rise up as towers to the sky, surrounded by the rough desert surface. Dynamic mosaic lines in black and white paths lead us into the desert itself. Looking from different angles, changing light and shadows play musically upon the three dimensions of fingerprint like the gliding shadows one experiences in the city throughout the day, constantly drawing new rhythms, patterns and relationships while creating a synthesis of time and space.

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Sculpture:Mosaic on Ceramic

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Size:59.4 W x 59.4 H x 4.7 D in

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My goal is experimenting with mosaic techniques which are very slow by nature. This is giving me the opportunity to collide the slow execution with and idea trapped in a brief moment. End results are often a surprise to a viewer. In my work I capture ordinary things, surrounding us every day, in special moments which can tell us different and interesting stories. Mosaic is a continuous process of translating modern materials in combination with more traditional marble and glass into a realization of visual experiments. Using different mosaic techniques together with complementary colours and 3D structuration is giving me variety of different options and ways to bring vision into reality. Working with different elevations and raising mosaic in third dimension is my way of communication with the audience. Every angle of view is producing different visual effects. In the process of creation I am using a classical mosaic education from Italy in combination with my own techniques. I try to experiment and explore new possibilities of mosaic implementation into modern architecture and also use of mosaic as individual piece of art. It is interesting to observe how mosaic transcend from fragile idea without material form into a timeless piece of art that will last millenniums.

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