Bisected Boulders With Stretched Bronze Interiors by Romain Langlois

3:46 AM by Saša Tošić
A self-taught sculptor, Romain Langlois examined medical books and anatomical charts to realize the human human body, creating his 1st sculptures employing only plaster and clay. Trying to find a additional lasting content, Langlois turned to bronze, a metallic he now incorporates into functions that are inspired by mother nature instead than person. His parts visually pull aside the purely natural objects that encompass us—building functions that surface as bisected rocks, boulders, and tree trunks. These sculptures showcase glistening bronze protruding from their insides, unleashing the perceived interior vitality of each individual object.


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