‘A complex form’ is a study on the process implicit in a sculptor’s mental approach involved in the act of carving a sculpture. Everything begins with the block and the sistematic fragmentation ends up being a quest of finding the shape within.

‘The full sculptural expression is spatial- it is the 3 dimentional realization of an idea, either by mass or by space construction.’ Aspects such as weight, pose, curvature, emptiness, tension, proportion, scale and gesture are taken into consideration in order to acknowledge the inside and the outside of every form.

The approach to each shape will focus on carving, as a subtractive technique, as well as modelling, an additive technique. Sculpture is the act of fragmentation, the complex process of substraction
— an elaborate act of undressing.

March 2019

Textiles+Accessories Collaboration:
Miette Farrer