Biomorphic Polymorph by Claire Jackson

Claire Jackson's Biomorphic Polymorph is an abstract sculpture, created using a low heat reactive smart plastic (Polycaprolactone). The flowing forms of this sculpture were informed by the nature of the material when sculpted and the sculptors intuition of personal aesthetic forms, and also influenced by organic shapes found in nature and at a intimate microscopic level. The style of this art piece is typically recognizable as Jackson's and though her work appears fragile or delicate it is in fact very sturdy due to the polymers construction, which allows for her artworks to take on a surreal and unique manifestation. The piece stands 9ft tall and was created in 2009, was the 1st prize winner of the signature degree art gallery and was sold to a private buyer in 2010


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