Fabrice Le Nezet
Wednesday, 20 June 2012
Work from Measure.
“Fabrice Le Nezet made a great sculptural project called Measure, consisting in three different pieces which abstract iron structures are connected with blocks of concrete provoking some tension as Fabrice says; “I worked here on a physical representation of the idea of measure. The objective was to ‘materialize’ tension in a sense, to make the notions of weight, distance and angle palpable.”
Their design is really beautiful but I also love the fact that these sculptures are “materializing” that tension although don’t be real sculptures. This amazing and realistic skill on the 3D software has reminded me of the impressive 3D based architectonic environments created by Alex Roman who also uses raw material textures and light which seems just real.
“This work lies in the context of my search for purification around raw materials such as concrete and metal. This is why I played with simple shapes which catch light and transcend the volume structure.” – Fabrice Le Nezet.
via Triangulation Blog.