Miguel Rothschild’s suspended ocean waves
Multidisciplinary artist Miguel Rothschild creates site-specific installations where nature is represented in its most positive sense.
Miguel Rothschild, a multidisciplinary artist born in Buenos Aires and now in Berlin, manages to work with a wide variety of different means, creating installations that play with the perception of the viewer aiming at his amazement.
His site-specific installations make full use of photography, sculpture but above all fabrics, those that best lend themselves to making his ideas real.
Two of his last works, Elegy and De Profundis, use them to mimic the movement of the ocean, stopping its waves, suspending them in the air or rolling them down as if they were following a road made of stairs.
Everything, even the cables he uses to create these games, manages in some way to emphasize that idea of saving nature he carries on with his art, impersonating rays of sun or raindrops.