Sibylle Pasche
Swiss, born 1976

As a sculptor who works with the sumptuous white marble extracted from the famed Carrara quarry, Sibylle Pasche is on an artistic continuum that stretches back to ancient times and includes masters like Michelangelo. Through a profoundly labor-intensive process, requiring both heavy machinery and physical endurance, Pasche vivifies rough blocks of stone. Her sculptures range from multi-ton, site-specific works to transportable tabletop pieces. Drawing inspiration from biology, anatomy, and nature, Pasche sculpts organic, biomorphic forms that resemble phenomena like dividing cells, metamorphosing insects, or intertwining branches.

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