Hidden Foam Figures


Austria-born artist Mario D. Fischer has created an intriguing set of work, called Temporal Mimesis, using rigid foam, resin and patina. The beautiful twists and turns suddenly give way to hidden human forms.

“I was always fascinated by the interference of volume, shape and time with regard to its sculptural possibilities,” Fischer tells us, when we asked him why he chose to work with foam. “Therefore, I explored the capabilities of my imagination in reference to a measurement of an arbitrary shape during a particular time. The sculpture reproduces an intimidate and unique perspective of a fleeting moment.”



Mario D. Fischer’s website





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