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Suspended Ocean Wave Installations by Miguel Rothschild

February 19, 2018

Christopher Jobson

Elegy, 2017. Print on fabric, fishing line, lead balls, epoxy, acrylic, 300 x 550 x 280 cm

Multidisciplinary artist Miguel Rothschild works across a wide variety of mediums from modified photography to glass sculpture and textiles. In several recent works the Argentine artist has captured the slow roll of ocean waves in suspended fabric installations titled Elegy and De Profundis. Both artworks seem to play with the viewer’s perception, appearing both as waves or perhaps a slice of the sky. Even the filament that holds the artwork airborne seems to glisten like rays of sun or rain. You can see more of the Berlin-based artists work on his website.

And here’s a closer look on the second part… the other side… of Miguel Rothschild’s installation “ELEGIE” were the sea turns into the sky #miguelrothschild #elegie #installation #berlin #mitte #linienstrasse

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De profundis, 2018. On view at St. Matthäus-Kirche, Berlin.

 

 

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