"Trashstone"
by sabine7 / August 18, 2006


Dusseldorf-based sculptor Wilhelm Mundt creates sculptures of production waste and fiberglass that he calls Trashstones, in reference to their origins no doubt. The smooth and shiny ‘stones’ are the size of boulders and appear in an assortment of vivid colours, sometimes mottled and veined. The Trashstones are numbered and their surfaces are such that they seem to cry out to be fondled, especially No. 183 that looks like a huge lump of hematite.


Artist: Wilhelm Mundt
+ buchmanngalerie.com

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No. 305

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No. 285

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No. 183


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