metronom (PART III).

see background information of developping a sculpture for public space. STEP 3: SURFACE DESIGN & PRESENTATION

metronom. © Carmen Rueter

/PLATTEN.bau/Wettbewerb mit dem Partner FunderMax

/Platten.bau/competition sponsored by FunderMax

metronom.

„metronom.“ verweigert einen Anschluss an die vorherrschenden Rundungen des Karlsplatzes und abstrahiert die geschichtliche und zeitgenössische Kontroversität des Ortes. Die Oberfläche korreliert mit der formalen Ausführung: die unfertige und improvisiert erscheinende Optik spiegelt die stete, fragmentarisch fortlaufende Transformation des Karlsplatzes als Ort urbaner Diversität. //

“metronom.” refuses an alignment to predominating curvatures at Karlsplatz (Vienna) while abstracting from its historic and contemporary controversity. The surface correlates with its formal completion: appearing unfinished and improved, the visual effect reflects constant fragmentary transformation of Karlsplatz as a place of urban diversity.

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first presentation without drawing:

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using linoleum cut with acrylics for surface design:

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silver and pewter as background colours for linoleum cut:

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trying different combinations of colours:

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first linoleum cuts:

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replacing green with neon-red and -pink as its complementary colours/retaining silver and gold as typical colours of Karlsplatz:

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analysis of colours at Karlsplatz:

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One response to “metronom (PART III).

  1. John

    i like it!

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