Monday, July 25, 2011

all strings considered

For almosy two decades Brazilian sculpteur Mozart Guerra has pushed the boundaries of textile art, using polyurethane as a base on which he uses colored string to establish and build up the surface. With a background in set design, he understands space and visual movement, and how his pieces relate in those principles. The completed works have a beautiful rhythmic quality that is almost dizzying. Here, I collected some of my favorites from his extensive portfolio.

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