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Manuel Fournier

Manuel Fournier

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Ave - Manuel Fournier

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Sculpture made with recycled cutlery forming the figure of a bird resting on a fork as a branch, and held in turn on a wooden base

Bandada - Manuel Fournier

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Flock of birds where the horizon is delimited by olive wood veneer, acrylic and a layer of epoxy resin.

Boxes 1 - Manuel Fournier

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Forming a 9cm thick wooden frame, including human figure with column that is falling. Moment before it happens.

Boxes 2 - Manuel Fournier

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Forming a 9cm thick wooden frame, including human figure with stacked wooden cubes that are falling. Moment before it happens.

Boxes 3 - Manuel Fournier

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Forming a 9 cm thick wooden frame, including a human figure with a ceramic column that is supported by another that is falling. Moment before it happens.

Boxes 4 - Manuel Fournier

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Forming a 9 cm thick wooden frame, protected with methacrylate on both sides. Seascape constructed with tinted polyester resin and cloud with resin fiber

Boxes 5 – Meeting room - Manuel Fournier

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Forming a 12 cm thick wooden frame, together with resin figures on both sides (front and back) and building a meeting room.

EGO - Manuel Fournier

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Sculpture made with two carved and polychrome resin globes that are pierced by a steel punch and wooden handle, nailed to a wooden base.

The yellow color of the balloons represents the ego, but an exaggerated abuse of this will end up becoming egocentrism, and exploiting ourselves.

Invernaderos - Manuel Fournier

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Aerial view of cultivation area with greenhouses near the sea. Relief achieved with sand and oil textures. Greenhouses are made from plastic.

Mediterráneo - Manuel Fournier

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Sculpture made with recycled plastic bottles, tinted resin in layers and wood. It represents the Mediterranean Sea built with a sequence of plastic bottles whose interior has included tinted resin (simulating water). It is a clear allusion to the problem of plastic pollution suffered by the seas and oceans in the world.

The forbidden fruit – Eva - Manuel Fournier

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Sculpture made with a resin block later carved and polychromed. It represents a bitten apple, a forbidden fruit, where the figure of Eve is revealed; alluding to the well-known story mentioned that occurred in the ‘Garden of Eden’.

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