March 8, 2016

Tomer Sapir: Unnatural Histories of the Natural, by Angela Levine, Sculpture magazine, March 2016

Tomer Sapir: Unnatural Histories of the Natural, by Angela Levine, Sculpture magazine, March 2016

Tomer Sapir: Unnatural Histories of the Natural, by Angela Levine, Sculpture magazine, March 2016

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Tomer Sapir, Mother of All Wheat (detail) 2014–15, Galvanized iron, polycarbonate, Perspex, led tubes, wheat, photopolymer 3D prints, epoxy, pigments, cement, salt, soil, latex, seeds, and grains, 230 x 210 x 23 cm.

Left: Tomer Sapir, Overturned Cryptid, 2008. Cement, salt, wax, latex, and Ceiba insignis fruits, 43 x 77 x 59 cm. Right: Scleroderma, 2008–10. Concrete, dimensions variable.

Below: Tomer Sapir, The Visit, 2009–14. Wax, Ceiba insignis fruits, plaster, cement, salt, pigments, polyurethane foam, latex, mirrors, steel, and plywood, 135 x 590 x 120 cm.

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