Vladimir Skoda - Électrons libres

Using metal as his primary medium, Vladimir Skoda (born in 1942) has developed a special interest for spheres, exploring its convex and concave geometry, its polishing and asperities as well as its reflective and mat aspect.

 

Through “Électrons libres”, Vladimir Skoda creates a unique and captivating universe in which countless polished and stainless steel balls with changing reflections bang together, attract or repel each other. Over the last years, the artist has been working around movement with polished metal, exploring every type of spheres, whether small or big. Vladimir Skoda is especially interested in the possibilities of their motion andmetamorphoses.

Reference Skoda - Électrons
Size Diam. plate: 30 cm Diam. steel balls : 3 mm ou 2 mm Diam stainless steel balls : 5 mm ou 2,5 mm
Edition 4 + 2 off-sale
Technique Polished and magnetic metal
Publication date 2019

Skoda (Vladimir)


Using metal as his primary medium, Vladimir Skoda (born in 1942) has developed a special interest for spheres, exploring its convex and concave geometry, its polishing and asperities as well as its reflective and mat aspect. Vladimir Skoda’s spheres are often arranged in constellations, an indicator of his passion for astronomy. It brought him to draw bridges between fields like non-Euclidian geometry and astronomic imagery. His work is characterized by a concern for movement and alteration of form.



Related Products

Scroll To Top