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Berta Fischer's Vivid Art Works Experiment with Organic Forms

By: Jana Pijak - Published: • References: martinasbaek & sweet-station
Born in 1973, Berlin-based artist Berta Fischer is known for her abstract and incredibly captivating light sculptures. "Her work appears to be the sum of material and form and is made from synthetic materials like PVC and acrylic glass."

Despite of their artificial materials, the artist's sculptures appear organic and natural in their own, intriguing way. Whether hung from a gallery ceiling or displayed as a standing object Beta Fischer's sculptures are striking and otherworldly.

The pieces resemble unconventional versions of scrunched paper and mimic coiled plastic cords that have been organically folded. Using nature as her inspiration, the artist creates captivating works that are displayed in a nuclear neon tone. The transparent forms embody a visually bold aesthetic and challenge traditional design concepts. Stats for Abstract Neon Sculptures Trending: This Quarter & Mild
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