Being with oneself takes on a literal that means within the works of Anders Krisár. The Stockholm-based sculptor and photographer focuses on the human physique, creating analog casts from dwell fashions utilizing silicone and plaster.
A self-taught artist, Krisár makes use of his personal meticulous strategies and strategies for making a completed piece—always remodeling the casts to a state of simplicity and smoothness. The impeccably easy contours and exact cuts that he achieves makes every bit look extra digitally rendered than created by hand. Krisár shares on his site, “I’m a perfectionist as a result of I’ve to be. It’s not likely a selection. And it’s not a striving for satisfaction. It’s quite to keep away from ache.”
He tells Colossal that essentially the most troublesome anatomical options to excellent are the fingers and fingernails. And it’s by the palms that the entire figures maintain onto the opposite tightly—all sides concurrently pulling the opposite nearer. Krisár’s cloven figures play with the human mind and its yearning for visible symmetry. The 2 halves create a psychological rigidity—stunning but unsettling of their incomplete wholeness.
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