Tine Bek creates soft sculptures inspired by Danish desserts
Artist Tine Bek explores the relationship between materials in Komfort Skulptur, a series of soft sculptures inspired by Danish desserts.
The Glasgow artist Tine Bek explores the relationship between materials, disciplines, and form, in Komfort Skulptur: a series of material assemblages able to compose sculptures, inspired by what could be commonly found in the window of a Danish pastry shop.
This series is a continuation of the ongoing project “The Vulgarity of Being Three-Dimensional”, a collection of works that has the task of transferring a three-dimensional object in a two-dimensional space, through photography. The artist tells:
“I wanted ‘Komfort Skulptur’ to mimic these complex forms in a down to earth, almost humorous way”.
The new chapter of his work elevates domestic materials such as sponges and ropes, combining them in unusual ways to form voluptuous sculptures, the forms they take are inspired by the window of Conditori La Glace: the oldest Danish pastry shop.
Take a look at the Tine website.