Calm bodies made of hand-cut glass basins on jagged concrete Ben YoungWater sculptures. The New Zealand-based artist (before) is known for his seascapes, which position miniature figures in vast expanses of the translucent material and create a contemplative environment that, in addition to the immensity of the oceans and other bodies of water, juxtaposes a tiny representation of humanity. Each piece similarly contrasts the organic topography with the perfect right angles that provide the cubic shape and revealing cross-sections.
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