‘form11’ is a sculpture created at the Digital Stone Project in Italy using Carrara white marble from the Tuscan mountains. Digitally designed, milled with a 7-axis robot arm and finished by hand, ‘form 11’ marks Sumit’s transition from figurative to abstract work.
Medium: White Carrara marble with grey veins. Includes black MDF plinth.
Size/Dimensions: Sculpture: 70cm x 70cm x 50cm, weight 90kg. Plinth: 70cm x 90cm x 50cm.
Estimate: £7,000 - £10,000
Information about the Artist: Sumit Sarkar is a sculptor and painter working with digital and analogue techniques. He takes inspiration from a variety of sources, including religious iconography, science fiction and graffiti, with recent work focusing on abstracted sculptural form. Cutting edge technology is at the forefront of Sumit’s practice and recent projects include the exploration of the use of marble milling with a 7-axis robot arm, Virtual and Augmented Reality and multi-material 3D print.