Dan Crossland

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United Kingdom

Unseen (2019)
Sculpture - Cement (17.1x25.3x12.2 in)



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About this artwork

Artwork Type Limited Edition (#21/100)
Number of copies: 100
Techniques Cement, Stainless Steel, 3D Modeling
Framing No
Signature Signed certificate of authenticity
Numbered by hand
Related themes

Sculpture , Stainless Steel , Cement , 3D Modeling , Figurative , Body , figurative art , sculpture , contemporary , minimalist , artwork , digital

Description

UNSEEN is the first artwork of DISSONANCE collection, created in collaboration with the British artist Dan Crossland by SCALPT digital art gallery.

UNSEEN is a tormented human figure trapped in a claustrophobic space by a steel frame, metaphor of the psychological and abstract limits which isolate men in contemporary times.
Barriers don't exist in reality, but only within the figure itself, a self imposed suppression.

UNSEEN is a limited edition artwork: each sculpture is identified by a serial... Read More
UNSEEN is the first artwork of DISSONANCE collection, created in collaboration with the British artist Dan Crossland by SCALPT digital art gallery.

UNSEEN is a tormented human figure trapped in a claustrophobic space by a steel frame, metaphor of the psychological and abstract limits which isolate men in contemporary times.
Barriers don't exist in reality, but only within the figure itself, a self imposed suppression.

UNSEEN is a limited edition artwork: each sculpture is identified by a serial number.
Along with UNSEEN, the purchaser will receive a document signed by the artist, as proof of authenticity, and an art-book, which explains the history of the collection.

Call SCALPT to have more information about this sculpture.

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