materia y masa - pilar

by Charlotte Anne Declercq Belgium

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Sandalwood scented. MADE TO ORDER
Each variation may differ Dimension LxWxH (cm): 16x6x43
Open Editions Material : Soy wax
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This wax sculpture is inspired by the monumental ancient T-slabs of the Göbekli Tepe archeological site in Turkey, where they where put in a composition to create a place for humans to worship the gods. This is a re-interpretation of these monumental T-slabs, to create a formal language that is rather a-typical to candles, and a research in balance – how assymetrical can you go before balance is lost?


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Weight 3,5 kg
Dimensions 20 × 10 × 50 cm
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About the designer

charlotte anne declercq (1989) is a multidisciplinary design artist based in antwerp, belgium. trying to capture the essence of materiality and formal language, she aims for refined sensuality in showing the passionate struggle of form with mass trough thoughtful juxtapositions of color, texture and volume.

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