El sol de Eusebi lamp

by Studio Poa United States (US)

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Dimension LxWxH (cm): 33x35x33
Unique Pieces Material : Blown Glass, Ceramics, glaze, Oak wood
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Giovanni Valdeavellano’s work as Studio POA represents a merger, in several ways, of disparate sides of his background — his childhood learning crafts from his mother and engineering from his father, his career spent working as a contractor with an art practice on the side, and his dual identities as a Guatemalan living in New York. The pieces in his new collection similarly hover between the gestural qualities of art, the technology of 3-D rendering, and the craft of sculpting materials like ceramic, glass, wood, and sand by hand.⁠

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Weight 12 kg
Dimensions 45 × 45 × 45 cm
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Giovanni Valdeavellano’s work as Studio POA represents a merger, in several ways, of disparate sides of his background — his childhood learning crafts from his mother and engineering from his father, his career spent working as a contractor with an art practice on the side, and his dual identities as a Guatemalan living in New York. The pieces in his new collection similarly hover between the gestural qualities of art, the technology of 3-D rendering, and the craft of sculpting materials like ceramic, glass, wood, and sand by hand.

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