Shape? Detail? Sculpture and jewelry.
An attempt to eliminate contradictions and a look towards the natural world of tolerance. Simbiotica is a visual speech about tolerance, reciprocity and complementarity. David Sandu applies in the exhibition one of the most paradoxical ties of nature, by bringing together sculpture and jewelry, sometimes seen as two different artistic expressions. Returning temporarily to large sculpture, the artist uses it as a space for the presentation of jewelery, creating a symbiotic connection of the mediums.
David Sandu is an artist who expressed himself so far in the minimalist, geometric and non-figurative register. The designer has accustomed us with sculptural jewelry with speeches about shapes, materials and techniques that demonstrate their interdependence and complementarity in the same time. A new idea is added to them, through the direct association of sculpture and the registry of organic forms.
The Simbiotoca exhibition was organized by the "Socitetatea de Maine" Association and funded by the National Cultural Administration Fund and was opened from the 25th to the 30th of October 2013 in the atrium of the French Institute of Bucharest. Starting from the 8th of November 2013, the exhibition will be displayed at ArtXpert - Fine Art Gallery, Bucharest, Romania.
See the virtual tour here.