In an angular exploration of major landmarks and skylines, French born artist Frédéric Daty has created four bespoke Brum wall sculptures using layers of hand-cut steel sheets to create the 3D pieces. Polishing his creations with varnish and coloured tar, the individual elements stand away from the wall at varying angles and distances. Although the metal is itself static, the surface and colour of the sculptures change in response to how they are lit, giving the impression that the work itself is moving. And if you likey, you've got until 5pm on Sunday (April 10) to see the pieces, which despite a price tag of up to £5,500 have almost all now sold and will therefore disappear from public view when Daty's exhibition at Castle Fine Art in the Mailbox closes.
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