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Norwegian Artist Creates Incomplete Sculptures That Capture Emotions Of Children

Lene Kilde draws inspiration for his sculptures from young children and their feelings. She believes that kids’ body language is their most authentic form of express

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Only the hands and feet are often shown in order to visualize this. The hands and feet are then arranged in proportion to one another using metal mesh. Her goal is to evoke the audience’s creativity so they can finish the sculptures and fill in the lines and volume on their own. The sculptures are made of air, metal mesh, and concrete.

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In 2012, Lene Kilde earned a master’s degree in product design. The Norwegian Arts Council’s three-year work scholarship for young artists was given to her the following year. She has been a client of Galleri Ramfjord since 2013, and she made her SCOPE Basel debut this year to great success.

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