Stunning Metal Life-Size Rhinoceros Sculpture By Urs Fischer – Design You Trust

Stunning Metal Life-Size Rhinoceros Sculpture By Urs Fischer

“Things” is a large scale art installation by Swiss artist Urs Fischer. The piece is comprised of a life-size rhinoceros made of aluminium, with a number of different objects attached to it – a travel switcase, a frying pan, a vacuum cleaner, a laptop, car parts, etc.

According to Colossal, the work “questions one’s attraction to and use of everyday objects, considering how and what we accumulate as we move through our individualized worlds.”

More: Urs Fischer. Photos by Stefan Altenburger.









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