The challenge is always to use materials in a new and different way, and make them convey meaning and portray form in a manner that has not previously been seen.
Art Almanac 8 May 2017
Excerpt from Art Almanac 8 May, 2017…
Coinciding with the Biennale at the historic Palazzo Mora is contemporary Australian land artist and sculptor Andrew Rogers with ‘We Are’ – an installation of eight large bronze and stainless steel sculptures that act as a metaphor for the dichotomy of human nature, with the rough, organic outer surfaces representing our physical selves while the delicate, polished interiors reflect the internal and personal world of our thoughts.
Andrew Rogers, We Are, 2017, concept image for installation at Plazzo Mora during La Biennale di Venezi in Venice, Italy Courtesy the artist
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