Odradeks II

Part two of an ongoing series of sculpture/three-dimensional drawings.

Their name is based on the famous Franz Kafka story, which describes a quotidian object that, in the view of his owner, seems to have a quiet life of its own.

They represent quotidian objects, sometimes mixed with shadows or ghost-like blocks of color.

Sketches are made in painted acetate and the finished versions are cut on stainless steel and then painted.

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