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Nacho Carbonell

Broken Mixed Glass Bonzai, 2019

Broken Glass Inserts, Concrete Base, Metal Welded Branches, Metal Ties, LED Light Bulbs
27 3/5 × 22 × 20 1/10 in
70 × 56 × 51 cm
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Carpenters Workshop Gallery
London, Paris, +2 more
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Nacho Carbonell’s tree-like, organic sculptures transform the monumental courtyard into a forest of …

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Nacho Carbonell’s tree-like, organic sculptures transform the monumental courtyard into a forest of light that lights up the sumptuous policromies of the mosaic floor matching it cromatically with the neogothic coverings of the atrium. Their shimmering texture creates a suggestive dialogue with the monumental space …

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Nacho Carbonell
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Courtesy of Carpenters Workshop Gallery
Nacho Carbonell
Spanish, b. 1980
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“I like to see objects as living organisms, imagining them coming alive and being able to surprise you with their behavior,” says Nacho Carbonell. His approach to design is similar, bringing life to static or non-communicative objects such as chairs and lighting by injecting his own unique personality into each object, imbuing it with a fictional or fantastical element oftentimes reminiscent of animation. Based on experimentation, the organic forms he creates are made from natural, raw materials locally obtained in Eindhoven and Amsterdam, where the artist is based. Making objects accessible in form and design, Carbonell is interested in the intersection between design and usability as much as the relationship between user and object and surrounding environment.

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About the work
Exhibition history
Carpenters Workshop Gallery
London, Paris, +2 more
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Nacho Carbonell’s tree-like, organic sculptures transform the monumental courtyard into a forest of …

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Nacho Carbonell’s tree-like, organic sculptures transform the monumental courtyard into a forest of light that lights up the sumptuous policromies of the mosaic floor matching it cromatically with the neogothic coverings of the atrium. Their shimmering texture creates a suggestive dialogue with the monumental space …

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Certificate of authenticity
Included
Manufacturer
Nacho Carbonell
Image rights
Courtesy of Carpenters Workshop Gallery
Nacho Carbonell
Spanish, b. 1980
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“I like to see objects as living organisms, imagining them coming alive and being able to surprise you with their behavior,” says Nacho Carbonell. His approach to design is similar, bringing life to static or non-communicative objects such as chairs and lighting by injecting his own unique personality into each object, imbuing it with a fictional or fantastical element oftentimes reminiscent of animation. Based on experimentation, the organic forms he creates are made from natural, raw materials locally obtained in Eindhoven and Amsterdam, where the artist is based. Making objects accessible in form and design, Carbonell is interested in the intersection between design and usability as much as the relationship between user and object and surrounding environment.

Nacho Carbonell

Broken Mixed Glass Bonzai, 2019

Broken Glass Inserts, Concrete Base, Metal Welded Branches, Metal Ties, LED Light Bulbs
27 3/5 × 22 × 20 1/10 in
70 × 56 × 51 cm
This is a unique work.
Sold
location
London, Paris, New York, Venice
Certificate
Certificate of authenticity
This work includes a certificate of authenticity.
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