Aerial by Baptiste Debombourg

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The Aerial is a site specific installation that’s now at the Abbey Brauweiler in Germany, it took about 420 hours and two tons of glass to complete. The French artist Baptiste Debombourg explained “the mind is everything. The material is the servant of spiritual.” He created this larger than life exhibit playing with the opposing ideas of construction and deconstruction, comparing it to a human expression and a paradox of life because it can be both good and evil.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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