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Large Bronze Oloid Sand Cast Sculpture by Labor Limae, The Netherlands 2021

$ 9,262
  • Description
    This unique bronze oloid sculpture was sand cast in bronze by Labor Limae. The manually finished surface shows its distinctive imperfections that specifically show the 4000-year-old sand casting method that was used to give form to it.

    Sand casting, also known as sand moulded casting, is a metal casting process characterized by using sand as the mould material. The pureness of this sculpture gives it a sincere appearance, while the shape remains interesting from every point of view. The ‘oloid’ is a geometric shape, which was discovered in 1929 by the Swiss-born mathematician, sculptor and anthroposophy enthusiast, Paul Schatz. By definition, if the distance of two centres of disk is equal to the radius, then the convex hull produces another figure that rolls smoothly and is known as the oloid. Due to these curved surfaces, the sculpture produces a wonderful light reflection, which emphasizes the richness of the bronze alloy. This remarkable shape cannot be found anywhere in nature, which is partially why it is so striking to the human eye. Thanks to its material and shape, this sculpture can be placed both indoors and outdoors to complement any interior.

    To elevate this piece’s beauty even further, the untreated bronze will surely gain a beautiful patina over time. This one-of-a-kind sculpture comes in a limited edition - only 25 pieces were created - and is inscribed with its serial number.

    Condition:
    In good condition. Some discolouration and marks are present.

    Dimensions:
    22.83 in W x 11.81 in D x 11.81 in H
    58 cm W x 30 cm D x 30 cm H

    About the artist:
    The Latin saying ‘labor limae’ (lit. meaning ‘work of file’) can be interpreted as ‘smoothing out the details’. It also metaphorically refers to self-reflection, creating personal balance and finding your own path

    Labor Limae, established in 2009 by Twan Verlinden, specialized in designing and executing high quality promotional gifts and customized interior objects in solid bronze and wood

    The distinctive designs of functional objects, elegant gadgets and sculptures are developed and made with passion, eye for detail and true craftsmanship. Their work features distinctive designs of functional objects and elegant sculptures, characterized by clear lines and the use of pure materials like bronze, brass, marble, and solid walnut. The designs are a result of an ongoing search for the interesting tension field between object and utensil.

    All pieces are crafted with local partners and finished manually. The combination of old production methods and modern technology results in an interesting collection of objects, showing true craftsmanship and an eye for every small detail.

    Shipping:
    This sculpture will be packed and shipped with the greatest care to make sure you will receive the item in gallery condition. Complimentary shipping within the Netherlands.
  • More Information
    Documentation: Documented elsewhere (similar item)
    Origin: Netherlands
    Period: 2000-2021
    Materials: Bronze, Metal
    Condition: Good. In good condition. Some discolouration and marks are present.
    Creation Date: 2021
    Styles / Movements: Modern
    Dealer Reference #: 88880016
    Incollect Reference #: 544494
  • Dimensions
    W. 22.83 in; H. 11.81 in; D. 6.3 in;
    W. 58 cm; H. 30 cm; D. 16 cm;
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