Felix Schramm

 

German artist Felix Schramm builds large sculptures from materials similar to plasterboard, making a kind of curled walls, of pieces of dry wood, paints, steel frames and paint to recreate parts of the architecture. Its installation is like a reminder of the space where we live, form, materials, territory, and the fact that this architecture is only a production and easily destroyed. These fragments of the structure serve to disorient the viewer. Schramm can surprise with designs and scales to deform our understanding of these worldly spaces exclusively by placing pieces of industrial material where they should not be.

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