Gregor Gaida depicts violent beings engaging in unknown situations in his life-sized sculptures.

Strange but beautiful sculptures by Gregor Gaida
- SEP 20, 2013

The Polish artist Gregor Gaida creates sculptures that depict aggressive people engaging with each other in odd situations. His figures are frozen in movement, almost like three-dimensional photographs. This sensation is increased by the cropping of the sculptures along imaginary image borders. These "cropped snapshots" are inserted in the real world, accompanied by painterly characteristics derived from colour and options of shaping.

Strange but beautiful sculptures by Gregor Gaida

©Gregor Gaida

Gaida focuses on human beings when creating his life-sized sculptures. His goal is not to be photorealistic, but rather detailed and lifelike. His particular style reveals clothes, hair and body that are stylized and distorted to a certain extent. As a whole, the sculpture relates to the surrounding space, which also becomes a material, and the points of contact have a special meaning, creating a complex world of interpretations.

Strange but beautiful sculptures by Gregor Gaida

©Gregor Gaida

Strange but beautiful sculptures by Gregor Gaida

©Gregor Gaida

Strange but beautiful sculptures by Gregor Gaida

©Gregor Gaida

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