So when SF discovered Noble & Webster, it was unlike anything we have seen before….. or was it? It turns out there was a certain Dutchman who had already had the brainwave. Diet Wiegman was the real pioneer and for the very fact he put MJ in his pieces. That’s a win.
The manipulation of light and sculpture to create a new image is something that fascinates and puzzles in equal measures.
Take Michelangelo’s David, iconic but arguably looks better with Wiegman’s interpretation
Wiegman has been using the technique for over 25 years and not only using one light colour but a variety.
SF is going off to stick bits of wood, yoghurt pots, cardboard and leaves with PVA glue…. I assume that is what it takes.