Art can be of any form and any style that can express emotions and other forms of expression in an aesthetic manner. Among the many types of art practiced in the world, sculpturing holds a very special and important place in the world of art.
It was mainly because this was a form of art that was practiced for a very long time back in human history. The reversible nature of this art form and the technical application alone made this artistry something very impressive. Although its application is hard, the final result is very smooth and almost realistic in nature. You must have seen legendary sculptures which are created by the bests in the world. But what we bring to you in this article is a different sort of sculpturing that is done by a sculptor in the modern sculpturing world. Scroll down to read more about this amazing story.
Meet Urs Fischer. This talented Swiss sculptor has installed his very famous sculpture in 2011 at the Venice Biennale. At the first look, it seems like a regular sculpture that is found in galleries and museums. But if you look close enough, you will find that they are not just sculptures, they are candles!
This is built as a recreation of Giambologna’s sculpture “Abduction of the Sabine Women”, which dates back to the 16th Century. But after the artist set these figures on fire, it turned into a totally different piece of art that melted onto itself.
If you see clearly you will see few chairs placed around this sculptor as well. This was also created by the same artist, who made them as candles as well. Scroll down to see more and leave us your thoughts about this odd but aesthetic sculpturing technique.