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HI-RES: New Sculptures by Rómulo Celdrán

Published Jun 27, 2017

In this new series, Spanish artist Rómulo Celdrán (previously) explores new sculptures of oversized objects through the analytical lens of 3D computer modelling.

“The goal of HI-RES for Celdrán is to emphasise the artist’s undying preoccupation with the ever-evolving and limitless possibilities of the 3D virtual world.”

“With HI-RES I would like to show my complete fascination with the 3D virtual world, its capacity for analysis and plasticity, and I intend to use it as a valid reference for pictorial and sculptural creation, and elevate its visual qualities beyond its obvious technical functionalities.”

— Rómulo Celdrán

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