This work is an extension of my line of modular sculptures with moving elements. On one hand, it resembles a miller or a windmill that grinds grain or creates energy. On the other hand, the "sower" refers to a picture of Van Gogh, where a sower is depicted at work in a field. Finally, the sculpture refers to Jacques Derrida's philosophical work Dissemination, the main theme of which is the thesis about the impossibility for the text to have one single meaning, which leads to the dissemination of meanings and different interpretations. Dimensions of the sculpture: 280 x 220 x 58 cm Materials: sheet aluminum, steel. Established in 2019.
What did you create?
I created a mobile sculpture.
Why did you make it?
I work in the fields of public art, conceptual sculpture and installations. In my artistic practice, I use recycled and discarded materials in an attempt to search for boundaries between internal conflicts and outer perceptions as well as real and the imaginary worlds. I create these sculptures primarily out of wood, metal and composites.
How did you make it?
I created drawings of parts for plasma cutting. Then I assembled the sculpture from carved details. The upper part of the sculpture rotates on a bearing.
Your entry’s specification
Dimensions of the sculpture: 280 x 220 x 58 cm Materials: sheet aluminum, steel.