Elasticity by Fabrice Le Nezet

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AUTHOR:

Fabrice Le Nezet

YEAR:

2014

LOCATION:

Dalston Junction Station, London borough of hackney.

PHOTOGRAPHS:

All images ©Fabrice Le Nezet

SOURCE: 

zeutch

TYPOLOGICAL CATEGORIES:

ART

SOCIOLOGICAL CATEGORIES:

COMMUNITY

EVOCATIVE CATEGORIES:

MASSWOW!

NOTE:

Physical representation of the concept of Elasticity. 

The work materializes the idea of tension by making the notion of weight and stretch palpable through the use of four massive and abstract metal structures. these components run perpendicularly across the long edges of rectangular voids in the ceiling. by presenting this normal condition, several of the wires bend to support large prisms of concrete that provide a feeling of force and motion. as they drop down to occupy spaces below, movement is emphasized by their strategic orientation below clerestory windows shining light onto the forms. as observers move around the constructs, a contrast is created between the real properties of the materials and the way they are perceived.

from: Fabrice Le Nezet