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Markus Schaller

German, born 1967

Managed Cube, 2005

  • On View

Steel

Dimensions: 80 × 79 × 68 in. (203.2 × 200.7 × 172.7 cm)

Museum purchase with funds from the Collection Endowment and the Hurand Sculpture Courtyard Fund, 2013.65

Born in 1967, Markus Schaller is a German artist who studied at the Berlin University of the Arts in 1988. At a time when many artists were experimenting with video and computer art, Schaller was interested in working with forged metal. Although the tools have become more modern, the basic practice of forging, which has its roots in the ancient period, has remained the same. Schaller has exhibited his works since the mid 1990s, as well as taken part in numerous international exhibitions. Schaller currently lives and works in Berlin.

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