worclip: Wave Table 02 (2010-2012) by Frederik Skåtar The table is a part of the project “From animation to sculpture” which was funded by the Swedish Arts Grants Committee (Konstnärsnämnden) in 2010. Materials: acrylic glass and aluminiumDimensions: 1000X1000X500 mmAmplitude: max 3mm Wave Table 02 is made of acrylic glass through which objects visually seem to be under water. The aim with this project is to “hide a sculpture” in a common object, in this case a table. The sculpture materializes a shape that constantly occurs in nature, however we cannot see it because of our perception of time and movement. Here, the movement of water has been frozen and carved out as a sculpture. 

June 24 2013, 21:08pm

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worclip:

Wave Table 02 (2010-2012) by Frederik Skåtar
The table is a part of the project “From animation to sculpture” which was funded by the Swedish Arts Grants Committee (Konstnärsnämnden) in 2010.
Materials: acrylic glass and aluminiumDimensions: 1000X1000X500 mmAmplitude: max 3mm

Wave Table 02 is made of acrylic glass through which objects visually seem to be under water. The aim with this project is to “hide a sculpture” in a common object, in this case a table. The sculpture materializes a shape that constantly occurs in nature, however we cannot see it because of our perception of time and movement. Here, the movement of water has been frozen and carved out as a sculpture. 
worclip:

Wave Table 02 (2010-2012) by Frederik Skåtar
The table is a part of the project “From animation to sculpture” which was funded by the Swedish Arts Grants Committee (Konstnärsnämnden) in 2010.
Materials: acrylic glass and aluminiumDimensions: 1000X1000X500 mmAmplitude: max 3mm

Wave Table 02 is made of acrylic glass through which objects visually seem to be under water. The aim with this project is to “hide a sculpture” in a common object, in this case a table. The sculpture materializes a shape that constantly occurs in nature, however we cannot see it because of our perception of time and movement. Here, the movement of water has been frozen and carved out as a sculpture. 
worclip:

Wave Table 02 (2010-2012) by Frederik Skåtar
The table is a part of the project “From animation to sculpture” which was funded by the Swedish Arts Grants Committee (Konstnärsnämnden) in 2010.
Materials: acrylic glass and aluminiumDimensions: 1000X1000X500 mmAmplitude: max 3mm

Wave Table 02 is made of acrylic glass through which objects visually seem to be under water. The aim with this project is to “hide a sculpture” in a common object, in this case a table. The sculpture materializes a shape that constantly occurs in nature, however we cannot see it because of our perception of time and movement. Here, the movement of water has been frozen and carved out as a sculpture. 
worclip:

Wave Table 02 (2010-2012) by Frederik Skåtar
The table is a part of the project “From animation to sculpture” which was funded by the Swedish Arts Grants Committee (Konstnärsnämnden) in 2010.
Materials: acrylic glass and aluminiumDimensions: 1000X1000X500 mmAmplitude: max 3mm

Wave Table 02 is made of acrylic glass through which objects visually seem to be under water. The aim with this project is to “hide a sculpture” in a common object, in this case a table. The sculpture materializes a shape that constantly occurs in nature, however we cannot see it because of our perception of time and movement. Here, the movement of water has been frozen and carved out as a sculpture. 

worclip:

Wave Table 02 (2010-2012) by Frederik Skåtar

The table is a part of the project “From animation to sculpture” which was funded by the Swedish Arts Grants Committee (Konstnärsnämnden) in 2010.

Materials: acrylic glass and aluminium
Dimensions: 1000X1000X500 mm
Amplitude: max 3mm

Wave Table 02 is made of acrylic glass through which objects visually seem to be under water. The aim with this project is to “hide a sculpture” in a common object, in this case a table. 
The sculpture materializes a shape that constantly occurs in nature, however we cannot see it because of our perception of time and movement. Here, the movement of water has been frozen and carved out as a sculpture. 

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