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Inflatable Sculptures
Inflatable Sculptures
Inflatable Sculptures
Installation view at The Walvisch Culturship, London, 2012
Inflatable Sculptures
Fit / red TPU, breath / 180 x 140 / 2013
Inflatable Sculptures
Arm / TPU, breath / variable dimensions / 2013
Inflatable Sculptures
Installation view at Room Galleria, Milan, 2013
Inflatable Sculptures
Legs / red TPU, breath, socks / 170 x 80 x 100 / 2014
Inflatable Sculptures
Installation view at Family Business, New York, 2012
Inflatable Sculptures
Monster / red TPU, breath, T-Shirt / 300 x 80 cm / 2014
Inflatable Sculptures
Installation detail at Fondazione Bevilacqua la Masa, Venice

In London, the artist worked on the Beirut experience — a public performance of life swap between two strangers (Luca De Leva and Jorgen Ekvoll)­ — through shapes, images and sounds focusing on the final production of an object. The gap generated from the juxtaposition of the Beirut keys, was turned into giant inflate sculptures. In Rochester, he found the suitable infatable factory, he went there and worked on his own, copying and spying the movements of its workers, following their business hours and becoming part of their team for a week.
These inflatable sculptures are empty bodies filled by an action, always the same, always bringing to different results.