"Serie 4" reduced the design to the minimum, without saving in quality and detail. The stands are shorter, the technology is more refined, and the curves purer.
The low but wide stand binds the light-object to earth while the virgin-white egg and the clear and upward shaping curve elevate the observer.
Sculpture 4.2: The stand is unique with its 3-point stand curving around itself and framing the egg in a simple but yet entangled way.
The egg on the other hand has only been enriched with a very reduced coloring aiming towards the tip of the eggs shape.
The sculpture is nosy and interested, while it indicates attention and smartness.
This sculpture is a breakthrough.
The stand is resting on only two points, and is stable and robust anyway.
The plain and pure egg is extremely regular and pure in its color and fabric.
The simple design of the stand is of the uttermost beauty from all angles.
The following two sculptures experiment with length and subtle vertical curves. 1) The Sculpture 4.4.1
The stand combines the light vertical curve with a short radius horizontal one.
While the shoulders are pulled back, the egg extends toward the front to observe the observer.
A slight coloring at the base of the egg enlarge the egg and its expression. 2) The sculpture 4.4.2
Small changes create a less fragile and more voluptuous object.
The spiraled egg captures the observers look and guide it into the top-center of the sculpture where it is invited to rest his mind and eye.
The clear and close corners are a metaphor to the brain and the process of thought.
The spotted egg is a metaphor to the past that forms our present state of thought.
Regarding its overall appearance one might wonder how that state of mind can stand to reality.