Ulrikk Dufosse Wire Sculpture, Organic Form Woven Mesh

Ulrikk Dufosse Wire Sculpture, Organic Form Woven Mesh

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Hanging contemporary organic suspended woven wire sculpture.
Period:2000-2021

Dimensions: 82″ high x 18″ wide

For more than ten years, Ulrikk Dufossé has been experimenting abstract sculptures in galvanized wire, mainly exhibited suspended like mobiles. In the tradition of the Japanese-American artist Ruth Asawa who taught her technique for many years, Ulrikk first worked on drawing, a personal writing inspired by the female body, before devoting himself to the realization of his dreamlike images by long hours of knitting. Based on a peasant craftmanship of fish traps, the artist explores a sensitive aesthetic giving free rein to emotion, guided by the spontaneous gesture of the present moment. Ulrikk Dufossé’s sculptures are an example of skillful craftsmanship in a sophisticated design entirely woven by hand comprising by up to one thousand meters of wire. Combining a circular shape and complex volumes, they appear suspended in the air, creating a vivacious and breathtaking visual effect.

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Hanging contemporary organic suspended woven wire sculpture.
Period:2000-2021

Dimensions: 82″ high x 18″ wide

For more than ten years, Ulrikk Dufossé has been experimenting abstract sculptures in galvanized wire, mainly exhibited suspended like mobiles. In the tradition of the Japanese-American artist Ruth Asawa who taught her technique for many years, Ulrikk first worked on drawing, a personal writing inspired by the female body, before devoting himself to the realization of his dreamlike images by long hours of knitting. Based on a peasant craftmanship of fish traps, the artist explores a sensitive aesthetic giving free rein to emotion, guided by the spontaneous gesture of the present moment. Ulrikk Dufossé’s sculptures are an example of skillful craftsmanship in a sophisticated design entirely woven by hand comprising by up to one thousand meters of wire. Combining a circular shape and complex volumes, they appear suspended in the air, creating a vivacious and breathtaking visual effect.

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