EDOUARD MARTINET'S ANIMAL SCULPTURES ARE MADE OUT OF JUNK

Edouard Martinet's Animal Sculptures Are Made Out Of Junk
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EDOUARD MARTINET'S ANIMAL SCULPTURES ARE MADE OUT OF JUNK



Written by Fin Murphy
06 Friday 06th May 2016

This short documentary introduces us to the work of Edouard Martinet, a French artist who builds sculptures based on animals, usually fish and insects. Martinet's materials originate from flea market and car boot sales, disparate pieces of junk which come together without welding or soldering, just using screws. His pieces vary in production length from four weeks to 17 years; get to know him a little better now...

Edouard Martinet | Insectophile from Sladmore Contemporary on Vimeo.

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