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Jaume Plensa’s Typographic Sculptures Inspire Unique Perspe

By: Paul Maccarone - Published: Jul 9, 2013 • References: jaumeplensa and mymodernmet
Perspective is one of the most important aspects of art and Jaume Plensa’s ‘Lilliput II’ leaves much of it up to the viewer. The exhibit is made up of matte white sculptures of unfinished human forms suspended from the ceiling with typography cascading down each broken shell. Lilliput II is hosted at the Galerie Lelong, which is in the process of displaying its ‘Summer Exposure’ group show.

The ability to convey a message is incredibly important in both the art and business world. Allowing the viewer to let their imagination run wild due to an inspiring piece of art can be the emotive response that forever links an artist with a fan. It’s the process of creating a brand advocate for artists because of the connection that derives from personal thought. Lilliput is certain to strike a chord with many as it displays as a blank canvas just waiting to be interpreted.