This is one of the first pianos I did criss-crossed. The flat dimensions were 2 cm wide and 1 mm thick. I built a pattern on my desk with which I bent the flat with a hammer and chisel. He was very flexible and easy to work. And I did a number of works with flat surfaces in these sizes. Because of the flexibility everything was easier including weaving. This is a piece of work that I connected to a tin plate that was already used in his past. In general, there is interest in the sculpture that was not made of the new iron, which was used in a completely different position. The squares of the warp on one side can be considered as zeika and as wallpaper on the wall. In this sculpture it can also be considered a piano spider because of the multiplicity of habits.


Iron hung on a wall
Weight - 15 kg

Taped piano



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