Mario Fisher recently started work on a new series, Disembodied, and Seven curves for hallelujah is the first piece of artwork in this series.
I am loving the clean line and layered look that he is accomplishing in this sculpture. It reminds me of those layered illustrations on clear acetone of human anatomy in old science books. Sorry if you are not old enough to know what I am talking about. Fisher also explores simliar ideas in Temporal Memesis.
The sculpture Temporal Mimesis is based on the observation of states that can be traced through time to emerge as part of an ensemble. Their interrelationships are reconstructed and given concrete form as an artifact.
The forms take shape through a specific way of observing that focuses on the invisible, evoking a wide potential range of volume and form. Through the act of capturing, rearranging and reconstructing states, the seemingly invisible is made visible and becomes a possible reality.
I am looking forward to seeing new artwork from the Disembodied series and you can keep up with progress at Mario Fisher’s website.