优雅和扭曲的最小雕塑,西班牙巴塞罗那,Carla Cascales Alimbau

巴塞罗那艺术家卡拉•卡斯卡尔斯•阿里姆鲍(Carla Cascales Alimbau)最近的作品采用了中性色调,是一种不规则的尝试。利用像马卡埃尔石头、木头和玻璃这样的材料,雕塑家操纵她的对象的形式,创造永恒的,最小的雕塑作品。
近期完成的作品包括《黑色郁金香》(Tulip Noire)和《郁金香奶油》(Tulip Creme),这些作品都是由黑色和奶油色大理石制成的圆形碎块。这些雕塑是Cascales Alimbau对日本金木艺术的兴趣的例子;用破损的、破碎的或不规则的材料工作,并把它们的磨损痕迹视为有价值的。Cascales Alimbau还创作了“Seda”,这是一个限量版的变形玻璃雕塑系列。Cascales Alimbau解释说:“玻璃是一种硬度和脆性平衡共存的材料。”“在这件作品的成型过程中,它断裂并自行修复,形成了一道玻璃疤痕,成为一种美丽的特征。”这种从破碎中看到美的倾向,集中体现了艺术家对真实性的尊崇高于完美。

With a neutral color palette, the recent work of Barcelona-based artist Carla Cascales Alimbau is an exercise in irregularity. Using materials like macael stone, wood, and glass, the sculptor manipulates the forms of her objects to create timeless, minimal interior pieces.
Recent finished works include ‘Tulip Noire’ and ‘Tulip Crème’, circular slabs of smashed black and cream colored marble. These sculptures are examples of Cascales Alimbau’s interest in the Japanese art of Kintsugi; to work with broken, shattered, or irregular materials and embrace their marks of wear as valuable. Cascales Alimbau has also created ‘Seda’, a limited edition series of sculpted glass objects with contorted forms. “Glass is a material in which hardness and fragility coexist in balance”, explained Cascales Alimbau. “During the molding of the piece it broke and repaired itself, creating a scar of glass that becomes a beauty trait”. This propensity to see beauty in the broken, epitomizes the artist’s tendency to revere authenticity above perfection.

Author: Carla Cascales Alimbau
Photography: © Carla Cascales Alimbau

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