9 Gravity Based Illusions Using Wood, Stone, Sticks & Snowballs

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Gravity illusions and floating art posses strong kinetic energy. German assemblage artist Cornelia Konrads uses an anti-gravity medium to express her creativity.  She uses local materials such as stones, snowballs, sticks and heavy logs to create site-specific temporary sculptures.

The items manipulated by Konrads seem to be in the process of moving, whether rising up into the air to float silently away, or coming down to form artificial structures like pyramids and arches. This floating illusions creates tension through an expectation that something more is about to happen.

Cornelia has various sculptures and land art projects in Europe, Asia, Australia, America and Africa.

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St. Pierre en Chartreuse (France)

 

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‘Moment Of Decision’ Winter Biennale Luleå (Sweden)

 

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‘Passage’ Skulpturenlandschaft Osnabrück (Germany)

 

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‘Pile Of Wishes’ Nature Art Biennale Gongju (Korea)

 

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‘Piled Forest’ Borgo Valsugana (Italy)

 

For more of Konrads work you can visit her website.

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