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Linear Sculpture - Sculpture in Lines

Spatial curves pass through a 90° angle at the four corners.

"Waves" was an eighty four meter long sculpture with a seven arcs zigzag in The Hague. It was too large for mental capacity of some of the people living in that area. With grinders they cut the angles where they were joined, and the police had the eight curved pipes removed and stored until a solution would be found. That solution was not found in The Hague; the parts were eventually returned to me. When I was preparing my proposal, I had made a model of thin brass tubes connected with a wire angle, which fitted into the ends of two conjoining tubes. This was moveable until I fixed them. But the way a creative process goes, I picked up that aspect later on and made my BNG sculpture.


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