Tine Bek Creates Soft Sculptures Inspired By Danish Pastries

Glasgow-based artist Tine Bek explores the relationship between materials, disciplines, and form, in ‘Komfort Skulptur’: a series of assemblages inspired by what one would commonly find in the window of a Danish patisserie.

This series extends upon Bek’s ongoing project, ‘The Vulgarity of Being Three-Dimensional’, a collection of work that looks at the transferal of a three-dimensional object into a two-dimensional space via photography. In ‘Komfort Skulptur’, Bek continues this theme by creating and photographing a series of three-dimensional soft scultpures. ‘Komfort Skulptur’ elevates household materials such as sponge and rope, by combining them in unusual ways to form shapely sculptures.

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