Slipping Through My Fingers

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This artwork is part of ’Synchronism’, a collection where large-scale digital sculptures are stretching the boundaries of physical laws. Where my ‘oddly satisfying’ animations meet physical installation art, trying to capture a sensation of eternity; a feeling of something limitless and unbounded.

The synchronous and perpetual motion is the essence of … (read more)

This artwork is part of ’Synchronism’, a collection where large-scale digital sculptures are stretching the boundaries of physical laws. Where my ‘oddly satisfying’ animations meet physical installation art, trying to capture a sensation of eternity; a feeling of something limitless and unbounded.

The synchronous and perpetual motion is the essence of this meditative installation, which features a pendulum and a rotating sculpture of two hands in synchronous motion, caught in an infinite dance. Whether the hands try to catch the pendulum or avoid being hit is still unknown.

Sound design by David Kamp.


Additional Details:
  • 1080 x 1080 px, Video (80.7 MB)
  • This is a signed and limited edition digital creation.
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Comments

jw9
2021/02/17

Love this!

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Robert Hruska
2021/02/07

Your work is incredible!

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hairofmedusa
2021/01/23

Veey good !

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Voidz
2021/01/21

Beautiful.

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