Cajsa von Zeipel : Large scale provocation

Nikola Cemanova, Metal, January 31, 2018
Tall, white and depicting from sexual scenes to daily life activities. This is how one could define the sculptures by New York-based artist Cajsa von Zeipel. But they are more than that: they relate to our fears, our ambitions, and also, to our size. By creating large-scale sculptures that you must admire by looking up, she creates a power dynamic and an interaction that makes you feel like having an interaction with a person of flesh and bone. Instead, they’re made from plaster, carved with multiple tools like a Japanese fish knife.