Belgian artist Wim Delvoye’s “pieces, like “Suppo (scale model 1:2)” (2010), an upright, slender, spiraling Gothic tower, not only recreate but also further dramatize historical architectural forms with the precision afforded by 21st-century technology. Delvoye manages to produce thoroughly Baroque objects that challenge conventional notions of time.” Click here to read more!
A Beauchene Skull, also known as an exploded skull, is a disarticulated human skull that has been painstakingly reassembled on a stand with jointed, movable supports. This device allows viewers to move and study individual parts of the skull.
A series of sculptures by Kohei Nawa represent the relationship between the human body, texture and implied movement. The artist used 3D modeling software to remap the surface of human forms. With each sculpture, Nawa reinvents a new way to see the body.