Disintegrating Sculpture Tomohiro Inaba

Tomohiro Inaba, a Japanese Artist, creates sculptures in a way that gives the impression of the subject fading away, to the point of disintegration in mid-air. The section that’s disintegrating shares some resemblance to scribbling on paper, but in this instance, portrayed as a 3-dimentional form.

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Both pieces shown are firmly rooted to the ground from the point of impact. From these points the sculptures shows a finished render of the subject, then as it extends outwards, it becomes distorted transforming into an entanglement of wires. While doing so, the likeness of the subject is still maintained.

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In creating the pieces, dark iron is used as their base, with clear acrylic resin layered on top. This enabled the completed points of impact to be more pronounced.

 By Shanaire Blythe

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