• Guido Geelen

    Paul Andriesse

    Guido Geelen’s sculptures not only have a lyrical, poetic side, but also a formal, minimal one. In contrast to his earlier works—made from stacking various geometric or baroque elements—these freestanding works are made up of everyday objects such as telephones or urinals, or even kitschy dogs and cats. He uses clay, producing these objects in series and repeating more or less the same elements. This technique of addition/subtraction, creating/destroying no longer results in chaos, but in a conglomeration of interlocking figures. In earlier works the perfection of the surface was

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