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雕塑家和玩具制造商Jeff Soan将废弃的家具、浮木、工业托盘和其他再生木材改造成陆地和海洋生物。他使用一种叫做“摇摆的木头”的技术,在他的雕塑中通过将木头沿着尾巴和躯干分成多个部分来创造清晰度。这使得它们可以在被抱起或抚摸时摆动并轻轻地左右移动。为了尽可能地减少浪费,艺术家在建造每只水獭、穿山甲或软体动物的过程中都会考虑未来的雕塑。他在考虑鸟的喙或鬣蜥的腿时,把可能对鱼尾巴有意义的形状切成薄片。上世纪60年代,索恩在伦敦的戈德史密斯学院(Goldsmiths College)学习艺术和设计,后来又在伦敦家具学院(London College of Furniture)学习玩具制作课程,继续他的艺术训练。

Sculptor and toy maker Jeff Soan transforms discarded furniture, driftwood, industrial pallets, and other reclaimed wood into creatures of the land and sea. Using a self-described technique called “Wobbly Wood,Soan creates articulation in his sculptures by scoring the wood into multiple sections along their tails and torsos. This allows them to wiggle and gently move side-to-side as they are picked up or stroked. In order to eliminate as much waste as possible, the artist considers future sculptures during the building of each otter, pangolin, or mollusk. He slices shapes that might make sense for the tail of a fish, while considering the beak of a bird, or the leg of an iguana.Soan studied art and design at Goldsmiths College in London in the 1960s, and later followed up his art training with a course in toy making at the London College of Furniture. You can see more of his sculptures and examples of “Wobbly Woodworks on his website and Instagram. (via Lustik)
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