- Caroline Kurze
Argentinian artist Gerardo Feldstein came to sculpture through painting. Born in Buenos Aires, he studied electrical engineering for a few years, started to paint and today he is an artist in various fields. His sculptures are made of different materials, he uses wire, wood, textiles and other things to form his works. It is always something uncommon and bizarre that marks his pieces. The bodies have enormous hands, arms or feet, though it seems like their tiny heads aren’t able to tell them how to move their tremendous extremities. His wire sculptures literally extend their scope and get out of line. What unifies all his works is a common sense of humor and a certain astonishment that we all share on our journey through life.
All images © Gerardo Feldstein