I'm the type of sculptor who can think in three dimensions, a process impossible to translate on paper. Therefor I prefer to make models.
It starts with a simple wired model inspired on several stories of Inuit friends: The hunter has to wait for hours, standing completely still at a seal airhole. As the seal shows up the hunter turns from complete silence into an explosion of force and dynamic.
Ap paints the logo of cool(E)motion, inspired on the first project's sculpture.
Transfering these sculptures in the Arctic (animation) and place them on an iceberg is the ultimate challenge. Dynamic art on a dynamic surface. Culture and Nature interrelated.
I just finished a large series of prototypes scale 1:10
( the final dimensions are 12 mtrs long, and 5 mtrs. high )