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MAGAZINE GHOSTWRITER STORY:
Through the lens of contemporary installation and sculpture, German Artist G.G.M.Brockmann explores the tensions of the new human sculpture within the urban environment. His works show a mix between clever used geometrical form, body shape, materials and he combines it with time and art history references. He often uses everyday objects and textile materials in his Installations. Some are looking like fractured artifacts and build the stage for a new massive visual experience.
The created worlds of Brockmann´s Living Sculptures are starting points to explore space as a constant commuter within the human present and absences in both society and contemporary development. Brockmann reimagines and reinvents the present by being inspired from different sources, such as fashion magazines, everyday life situations or big city concept stores. In turn, the artist creates new worlds by observing and reintroducing the details of time and space in fashion and art. Brockmann has a vision of a curious present: a place where seemingly objects in combination with textile materials become self communicating sculptures, hidden warriors, wild faces, masks of identity, and other mystical figures. He experiments in Installation tradition in his new versions of human sculptures.
Brockmann fuses these elements together in the suggestion of a second life reality, the look behind the mirror – one that shows an open world…against fear of the different.