3D wire sculptures by fritz panzer 3D wire sculptures by fritz panzer
sep 03, 2012

3D wire sculptures by fritz panzer

‘car culture’ as part of the ‘doubles’ exhibition by fritz panzer image © alberta pane gallery

fritz panzer: doubles alberta pane gallery, paris september 8th through october 20th

austrian artist fritz panzer will be showing his one to one scale wire sculptures in an exhibition entitled ‘doubles’ at the alberta pane gallery in paris. the work references gestural contour drawings, creating the volume of an object through a gossamer-like outline that seems to gradually dissipate. the series offers an almost ethereal experience, requesting the viewer to rely partly on memory and recognition to complete their own understanding of the work.

‘pianino’, 2010 wire sculpture image © alberta pane gallery

‘sessel’, 2011 image © alberta pane gallery

‘untitled’ image © alberta pane gallery

‘untitled’/’koffer’, 2006 wire sculptures images © w. woessner

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