Sculptures

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No Name
2014


    




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Last Reserve
2011

         


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Brautschau
2009

The German word „Brautschau“ comes from the expression „auf Brautschau gehen“ –
which refers to a man going out to look for a woman to marry.
Literally, the word “Brautschau” translates as “bride show” and
can also be understood as “showing the potential brides”.



All over the world and at all times, women have suffered physical pain and limitation
in order to be sexually attractive for men. Often, it’s even the women who inflict the abuse on themselves.
The tradition of their culture forces them to do so. A woman who does not submit to this
doesn’t have a chance of finding a man and being adequately supported.

more about this and the individual sculptures please see here

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the tower
- 2004 -



more about the tower





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the flower
- 2008 -




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the thing
- 2003 -

dasding


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Gentlemen

meineherrenkl

sometimes the ideas just jump at me,
as did these gentlemen who one day seemed to be jumping out of the wall

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Kopffüßler



this is a so-called "Kopffüßler"
which literally means "headfooter",
he has many more companions,
please click here: Kopffüßler

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  animal with cast


tiermitgipsbein03kl


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the polyfooter

vielfüßlerkl


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the big fly




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the small fly





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all sculptures are made of plaster bandages,
sometimes I also add other material
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here you find more sculptures

the Tower

Brautschau

to the Kopffüßler

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