South African multidisciplinary artist Daniel Popper is known for his huge allegorical models and marvelous open craftsmanship establishments at workmanship and music occasions far and wide. From an immense female goddess at Electric Daisy Carnival in Las Vegas to a 12-meter-tall (39-foot-tall) backwoods god at Boom Festival in Portugal, his overwhelming works carry enchantment and dream to each place they occupy.
One of Popper’s latest sculptures, Modem Swamp, is an epic, 8-meter-tall (26-foot-tall) female figure at this year’s Modem Festival in Croatia. Made utilizing steel and fiberglass, and shrouded in concrete, the offbeat character is presented holding her face before her head like a veil, uncovering the wild wilderness developing inside her skull. Around evening time, projection mapping causes the piece to seem like it’s changing shading and material—at a certain point, it even resembles it’s produced using chrome. Popper composes on Instagram, “It was an adjustment in style and materials for me and I totally adored the procedure and the result.”
In another 2019 work, titled ANIMA, Poppers made a 7-meter (23-foot) statue of a Mother Nature-like make sense of making a gesture of blowing kisses to Electric Daisy Carnival festival goers as they entered the setting. Produced using steel, fiberglass, wood, and regular strands, the fantastic model lies on glass among plants, uncovering increasingly rich foliage beneath.
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South African multidisciplinary craftsman Daniel Popper makes goliath allegorical figures for workmanship and music occasions the world over.
Each overwhelming figure carries enchantment and dream to the spots they occupy.