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The Kinetic Sculptures of Patrice Hubert

Resembling dangerously unsettling organic shapes such as elongatedinsects or birds, French self-taught artist Patrice Hubert creates stunningkinetic sculptures, bent on containing the cosmos with his formed metal work.Many of the pieces contain rotating or moving parts and light,adding aninteresting dimension to the elegant pieces. As testaments to the ever -evolvingmarriage of nature and machine, the work also speaks to the fantastical fictionof future science, and its seemingly limitless possibilities. Take a peek at more of the work afterthe jump.

Resembling dangerously unsettling organic shapes such as elongated insects or birds, French self-taught artist Patrice Hubert creates stunning kinetic sculptures, bent on containing the cosmos with his formed metal work. Many of the pieces contain rotating or moving parts and light, adding an interesting dimension to the elegant pieces. As testaments to the ever -evolving marriage of nature and machine, the work also speaks to the fantastical fiction of future science, and its seemingly limitless possibilities.  Take a peek at more of the work below.

Note – To witness how the sculptures move, take at a few videos here.

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