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Medium: Bronze
Original Edition of 12
Dimensions:
H80mm * L140mm * W80mm
H3.15 in * L5.5 in * W3.15 in
Date of execution: February 2009
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Kissors (Couple kissing)

Kissors (Couple kissing)

Kissors (Couple kissing)

Kissors (Couple kissing)

Kissors (Couple kissing)

Kissors (Couple kissing)
 

"Tout se tend vers un unique but, plonger corps et âme vers cet autre que nous désirons tellement."
"L'absorber, l'engloutir, s'en pénétrer tout en le pénétrant pour mieux exploser de mille feux nos particules élémentaires."

Claire Ogie

Kissors (Couple kissing)
 

"je la trouve superbe. Pour moi, il y a là à la fois la fougue, la passion, le désir et la tendresse. Suivant comment on la regarde, c'est comme si elle avait plusieurs langages. J'aime beaucoup."

Claire Ogie


The initial model of this sculpture was created on a 3d modeling software. I inspired myself from another smaller sculpture called “The Kiss”. I wanted to show a man a bit shy and withdrawn, unsure of how to respond to his female lover’s passionate enthusiasm.
The digital file was then used to drive a 3d printer to produce a plaster prototype of the sculpture. I made a silicon rubber mould from this prototype and used it to make a plasticine duplicate.
This plasticine figure served as a blank which I could easily alter, modify and refine until I was satisfied with the sculpture. I then spray painted several layers of automotive primer to smooth out the surface, fill small cracks and defects. I then made a final silicon mould to produce a number of wax replicates for the foundry.


A plaster of  "the Kissors"

"The only art which will last is art that is made to last"
Warwick Brown, New Zealand art writer.

 

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