Using a reduced form as an essential element of artistic expression, I strive to achieve the harmony between the form and the content, between what is visible in the form and that what is beyond it. I do not approach the form as an archetypal, symbolic projection of a content, but as a real presence of a pure geometrical form – linking of structural elements tends to show spatial efficiency.
What we love about Milan
Edgy and dense, bold and robust; Milan’s abstract sculptures are deceptively alluring. These miniature, free-standing works of art have an otherworldly, if not, medieval appeal. The weathered and rustic surfaces of the cast bronze is left untouched, or with a fine green patina as in Untitled “VI” and “VII”. Within the negative spaces, Milan seeks to archive the complexities of the human experience.