Technology's trash is undoubtedly design's treasure when considering artist Theo Kamecke's breathtaking Circuitry Sculpture. Kamecke's collection of decorative art objects reuse old circuit boards and defines an entirely unique aesthetic style.
This Circuitry Sculpture is caught somewhere between Ancient Egypt, 10th century Turkey and the modern Western world. Theo Kamecke's tables, chests and artwork are reminiscent of the elaborate artifacts of the Eastern Roman Empire, and yet the surface materials used are exclusively ultramodern. The appearance of his Circuitry Sculpture exhibits intricate avant-garde patterns in copper wire as opposed to ancient or medieval gold wire. We can confidently call the work of Theo Kamecke truly timeless.
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Theo Kamecke Makes Tech Look Ancient in His Circuitry Sculpture
By: Amelia Roblin - Published: Aug 31, 2010 • References: theokamecke