No. 96 "Standing Bubble (light object) 2014" by Aled de Witte + Studio Job

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About

Alex de Witte and Studio Job have collaborated to make two special editions of “The Big Bubble,” which was originally conceived while blowing bubbles. Aside from wanting to capture the same almost fluid reflection, De Witte wanted to convey a sense of weightlessness and ephemerality. In contrast, Studio Job make monumental objects cast in bronze. Their stand-made from patinated, polished bronze appears immovable.

Details

    Dimensions
    73.63 in. H x 15.75 in. W x 19.75 in. D
    187 cm H x 40 cm W x 50 cm D
  • Seller Location
    Blauvelt, NY
  • Number of Items
    1
  • Reference Number
    LU107741336836
About the Seller

1stdibs seller since 2014

Located in Blauvelt, NY

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