david moreno

micro-atmospheres

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source: atelierdeveil
David Moreno is a barcelona-based artist whose work aims and succeeds in transferring the two-dimensions of paper to the three dimensions of space. To do so, he first starts with a drawing that then becomes a sculpture made with steel rods that are juxtaposed several times, resulting in a series of micro-atmospheres. The unique motives generated are constantly repeated in an addictive, disturbing and poetic way at the same time.

The rhythm, the gesture, the line drawing and the experiment of drawing with thin steel rods and piano wires are the basis for this exploration of david moreno which results in small pieces with great delicacy and tender characteristics. once the pieces are on a gallery wall, light complements it by creating a game of shadows that gives another level of deepness to the drawings. When seeing the pieces, the viewer can sense a hand that goes around without tiring, over and over again.
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source: designboom
david moreno is a barcelona-based artist whose work aims and succeeds in transferring the two-dimensions of paper to the three dimensions of space. to do so, he first starts with a drawing that then becomes a sculpture made with steel rods that are juxtaposed several times, resulting in a series of micro-atmospheres. the unique motives generated are constantly repeated in an addictive, disturbing and poetic way at the same time.

the rhythm, the gesture, the line drawing and the experiment of drawing with thin steel rods and piano wires are the basis for this exploration of david moreno which results in small pieces with great delicacy and tender characteristics. once the pieces are on a gallery wall, light complements it by creating a game of shadows that gives another level of deepness to the drawings. when seeing the pieces, the viewer can sense a hand that goes around without tiring, over and over again.
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source: atelierdeveil
David Moreno è un artista con sede a Barcellona il cui lavoro mira a trasferire disegni in due dimensioni in oggetti tridimensionali nello spazio. Per farlo, per primo cosa realizza un disegno su carta che successivamente trasforma in una scultura tramite tondini in acciaio che vengono intersecati più volte, creando una serie di micro-ambienti. I motivi geometrici vengono generati costantemente in modo ripetuto e coinvolgente, tanto da dare un senso di disturbo ma poetico allo stesso tempo.

Il ritmo, il gesto, il disegno al tratto e la trasformazione del disegno con sottili barre di acciaio e fili di pianoforte sono alla base dell’esplorazione di David Moreno che traduce il suo lavoro in piccoli elementi delicati e fragili. Una volta che i pezzi sono appesi in una galleria, la luce crea un gioco di ombre che dà un altro senso di profondità ai suoi disegni. Vedendo i pezzi, lo spettatore può percepire la sua mano che si muove senza stancarsi, più e più volte, fino alla realizzazione dell’opera.