GEWICHT: 49 kg
Intime Dienste: Leichte Dominanz (aktiv), GV, Stellung 69, Oral ohne Kondom, Devot
He sees man as an inseparable part of nature and addresses relationships, coexistences, un-relationships, and the emptiness and fullness of co-habitation. Brunolupo works often with clay, sometimes to create works of overt social criticism. He transforms clay into figures, landscapes, and minds, a sort of figurative expressionism. His works are ambiguous and subtle, often disturbing, and eternally interesting. Many of his works are reminiscent of porcelain, crystal, or watercolors.
His ceramic works combine the lightness of watercolor with the seriousness of sculpture. He aggravates the clay to push material to its limits. His white sculptures reflect the light like crystals, but show the fears and worries of our imperfect world. Though superficially nice, they reveal evil political and human truths.
The figures are meant to be viewed from eye level. Occasionally, Brunolupo also works in concrete, wood, PET, aluminum, and paint. He has created critical urban landscapes in abstract relief, lightweight concrete and asphalt objects, and consumer garbage pies. Without eyes, the figures remain to some extent anonymous, despite their physiognomic differences.
Notches and gaps create the impression that their inner life is visible to the outer world. The artist combines vast quantities of heads in close proximity, evoking at once community and confinement. Some faces form a tower, or a tightly arranged relief that stretches over a wall. A dynamic, emotional spectacle lies on the surface of the figures faces: their ivory-like glaze creates a shimmer that evokes wild vegetation or rugged mountains.
They are ragged and broken and testify to the physically intense work process Brunolupo uses, shaping the clay with heavy beech slats and blocks. The artist begins without sketches, drawing from random shapes for inspiration. Preise auf Anfrage. Diese Website benutzt Cookies.