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See How A Miami Sculptor Uses Steel To Play With Space And Forms

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Compared to glittering silver and gold, steel may seem “less noble than other metals,” admits sculptor Carolina Sardi. Forged into machinery and infrastructure, the pliable alloy is most valued for its strength, not beauty. But its strict utility melts away in Sardi’s hands, becoming sinuous forms that coalesce into sculptures and installations that dangle from ceilings or meander across walls, casting dappled shadows in their wake.

Each composition, which is typically painted or plated in chrome or copper, plays with organic forms and balances positive and negative elements through cutouts.

multicolored metal cutout pieces

Each composition, which is typically painted or plated in chrome or copper, plays with organic forms and balances positive and negative elements through cutouts.

hexagonal orange metal sculptures in gallery

The Little Haiti studio of artist Carolina Sardi displays her steel wall pieces, freestanding sculptures and architectural applications.

hexagonal orange metal sculptures in gallery

The Little Haiti studio of artist Carolina Sardi displays her steel wall pieces, freestanding sculptures and architectural applications.

green circular cutout pieces

Each composition, which is typically painted or plated in chrome or copper, plays with organic forms and balances positive and negative elements through cutouts.

green circular cutout pieces

Each composition, which is…



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