1961 · Luxembourg
Sergio Sardelli (born 1961 in Gualdo Tadino, Italy), is a luxembourg-based sculptor, who predominantly uses metal for his works.
The artist salvages discarded metal pieces and compresses, cuts and reshapes them. His Twomblyian scribbles, close to any automatic writing, give us an obvious reminder of Chinese Ming porcelain and Delft porcelain. What an antagonism between the indestructibility of metal and the fragility of porcelain, united in a sculpture. In a way he recycles and gives a new life to the iron steel objects that he reshapes and paints over in order to create a sculpture that is less conformist and more dynamic.
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