ROCKELMANN & (Berlin, booth C17) considers an evolution of objects and alternative

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ROCKELMANN & (Berlin, booth C17) considers an evolution of objects and alternative

ROCKELMANN & (Berlin, booth C17) considers an evolution of objects and alternative

ROCKELMANN & (Berlin, booth C17) considers an evolution of objects and alternative uses of everyday materials at VOLTA13 via three engaging German artists. Sebastian Biskup’s (pictured) recent analytical tondo paintings utilize formal algorithms gathered from historical portraiture. Kai Franz’s statement ‘Duax Axis Precision Deposition System (Plopper)’ is a machine built from a reworked Plotter and used to 3D print clean data into viscous artworks. Finally, Yasmin Alt condenses architectural and functional qualities into her quizzical objects, as much three-dimensional collages as they are sculptures or monoliths.
image: Sebastian Biskup, ‘Untitled (Picasso_Pie Chart)’, 2016, Acrylic on canvas/hardboard, ø 81.9 cm. // @rockelmann_and #berlin #sebastianbiskup #kaifranz #yasminalt ⚡️#volta13basel #markthalle #artbasel #artbaselweek

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