Studio Ideas and Inspiration

Judith Seng’s Wooden Sculptures

Posted in artists and architects, interesting projects, materials, studio 2a_2009 by Sarah Gelbard on 5 October 2009

With her series of wooden sculptures the German designer Judith Seng continues the research on conceptual surfaces. She explores the ideal of perfect surfaces by creating and destructing them within the same object. The upper parts of the pieces are perfectly high-glossy lacquered while the lower parts are roughly brushed. Thus the colour gradiant is a result of the changing structure of the surface.

Originally posted by Michael.

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