GERHARDT BRAUN GALLERY PLAÇA CHOPIN - Plaça Frederic Chopin 2
Since all of our perception of reality is three-dimensional, depth is what unites this selection of artists who produce three-dimensional objects with height and depth. Culturally we also observe the existence of three dimensions: cognitive, normative and material.
The cognitive dimension is how we see these sculptures in 3 different spaces by introducing the time factor and how we perceive their three colors: silver, red and gold. The normative dimension is the behavior of the public in front of these sculptures and contains both the cognitive and the material dimensions.
The material dimension refers to how the sculptures are made and of what material. Milanova's sculptures are molded manually by fusing fiberglass, Schweizer creates her sculptures manually, Gumpinger uses a mixture of manual and machine techniques, Westerhuis works using industrial methods and Meyer applies laser technology.
The material of the sculptures is fiberglass, stainless steel, plexiglass, bronze and aluminum. Three Dimensions is an exhibition of sculptures that connect the three-dimensional with culture, seeking the relationship between material and non-material.