Sculptor creates trippy statues from laminated wood

Paul Kaptein’s latest sculptures are entitled, “and in the endless sounds there came a pause’ and ‘Every breath, a dying star.’ The wood pieces depict two very different portraits of people. The first seems to be a disjointed Buddhist in the midst of a meditative disintegration and the second is a realistic portrait of a bearded man drilled full of holes.

According to his website, Kaptein “uses laminated wood to create a dialogue between expansion and contraction; the panels slip and slide, creating their own holes which exasperate the gaps in the fabric of the universe.”

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