Zachary Eastwood-Bloom takes the idea of adding digital-like glitches to traditional sculptures to a visceral level. He created most of these sculptures while he was sculptor-in-residence at Pangolin London. He uses both digital and analogue means to craft the final product, unifying several disciplines for a startling end result.
“Eastwood-Bloom explores the intersection of the physical and immaterial, the historical and the cutting-edge, referencing classical imagery and adopting digital aesthetics to create his work,” Pangolin said. “… He has created a series of eight sculptures, based on the planets in our solar system. The works are visually arresting combinations of mythological figures, the personifications of the planets, and depictions of the planets as they are. These works are created in a variety of classical materials including marble, bronze and silver.”
Eastwood-Bloom’s website can be found here.