“A circle is the of eternity. It has no beginning and it has no end – and if you put several circles over each other, then you get a spiral.”
New York artist Lars Fisk has transformed the gallery space of Marlborough, Chelsea, New York, by presenting seven of his signature spherical sculptures that range in size, scope and scale.
Made primarily by hand in the artist’s Brooklyn studio, each circle is designed to engage ordinary elements from parking lots, subway tiles, car parts and pencil stubs. The eclectic material palette uses the components of these architectural and urban facets – namely steel, glass and asphalt – and turn them into perfect spheres; transforming the simple theory into a potent array of sculptures.
Titled ‘Mr. Softee’, the exhibition at Marlborough Gallery in New York will be on view until October 15th 2016.
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