The Wim Delvoye Sperone Westwater Exhibit is Architecturally Intricate

By: Meghan Young - Published: May 25, 2013 • References: & beautifuldecay
The Wim Delvoye Sperone Westwater art exhibit, the Belgian artist's fourth solo show at the New York-based gallery, centers around his artistic architectural feats. Of course, they all exist in miniature form in order to be showcased in gallery spaces. Yet it isn't the size of the work that will astound people, but the intricacies.

Inspired by the Gothic tradition, the Wim Delvoye Sperone Westwater exhibit is comprised of spiralling towers that have been laser-cut out of metal. Breathtakingly decorative, each tower has been warped to give a sense of the surreal. His metal manipulations were created with the help of computer-aided design tools. While some of the sculptures look pristine, others appear aged to further their antiquated design.

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