MORNING OSSIFICATION OF A CELLO

Daisuke Schneider
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Skulptur & Objekt, Holz, Messing, Metall, Mixed Media, 2024

B x H x T: 44 x 163 x 30 cm

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Beschreibung

"MORNING OSSIFICATION OF A CELLO“
Sculpture with a historical old cello in the dramatic process of dying. It was made about 1800. Driftwood, gut strings, self-made ebony tail piece, maple and spruce on granite pedestal,163x44x30cm², VIII/2021 - IV/2024, collection of artist

This sculpture is unique similar with the others. Another individual sculpture or painting can be made on request, too. If you are going to buy it for your own please make me a reasonable offer (also trade).


The sculpture is based on and is a tribute to Dalí's world-famous painting from 1934 "MORNING OSSIFICATION OF THE CYPRESS". https://www.salvador-dali.org/en/artwork/catalogue-raisonne-paintings/obra/381/morning-ossification-of-the-cypress
It shows an ancient wooden cello from Urbino in Central Italy. The last time I was there, in this wonderful medieval mountain town, was in 2019. In keeping with surrealistic nightmares, the cello is penetrated by tree-like outgrowths and itself "ossified". In the process it dissolves, cracks and becomes one with the organic form of nature.

"MORGENDLICHE VERKNÖCHERUNG EINES CELLOS" ist in Anlehnung und Hommage an Dalís weltberühmtes Gemälde von 1934 "MORGENDLICHE VERKNÖCHERUNG EINER ZYPRESSE" entstanden.
Sie zeigt ein uraltes hölzernes Violoncello aus Urbino in Mittelitalien. Dort in diesem wundervollen mittelalterlichen Bergstädtchen war ich zuletzt 2019. Das Cello wird entsprechend surrealistischen Alpträumen von baumartigen Auswüchsen durchdrungen und selbst "verknöchert". Dabei löst es sich auf, bekommt Risse und wird eins mit der organischen Form der Natur.


© Daisuke Schneider, daisuke-art.com, Germany, 2024

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