From Sad to Happy in Four Minutes: A Quick Course in Changing Facial Expressions in Figurative Ceramic Sculpture

From Sad to Happy in Four Minutes: A Quick Course in Changing Facial Expressions in Figurative Ceramic Sculpture

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alison lambert - jill george gallery - contemporary art - soho, london, england
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“Face Forward” by Christian Ristow is a 12 foot tall robotic sculpture of a human face. Made primarily of aluminum strips, the sculpture’s moving parts are controlled by 12 separate joysticks. It is therefore necessary for onlookers to work together in order to create recognizable facial expressions with the sculpture.

“Face Forward” by Christian Ristow is a 12 foot tall robotic sculpture of a human face. Made primarily of aluminum strips, the sculpture’s moving parts are controlled by 12 separate joysticks. It is therefore necessary for onlookers to work together in order to create recognizable facial expressions with the sculpture.

JENNY SAVILLE & GLEN LUCHFORD  Closed Contact #14, 1995-1996  C-print mounted in Plexiglas  72 x 72 x 6 inches (182.9 x 182.9 x 15.2 cm)  Ed. of 6

JENNY SAVILLE & GLEN LUCHFORD Closed Contact #14, 1995-1996 C-print mounted in Plexiglas 72 x 72 x 6 inches (182.9 x 182.9 x 15.2 cm) Ed. of 6

Guy Denning  In this side profile sketch by Denning the facial features stand out strongly from the strong shadows. Denning is known for creating works based on figures that hold strong emotions which is carried out through expressive brushstroke and lines. I really like his loose way of working and the simple colours (often monochrome) he uses as it keep the focus on the subject matter.  Denning says he is inspired by the painter Franz Kline for his messy, abstract works.

Guy Denning In this side profile sketch by Denning the facial features stand out strongly from the strong shadows. Denning is known for creating works based on figures that hold strong emotions which is carried out through expressive brushstroke and lines. I really like his loose way of working and the simple colours (often monochrome) he uses as it keep the focus on the subject matter. Denning says he is inspired by the painter Franz Kline for his messy, abstract works.

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