A convergence in space and time.
Where cold embraces heat.
Directing the forces of nature and harnessing the passage of time, these sculptures immortalize ephemeral moments transforming them into enduring works crafted from bronze or aluminum.
Employing the lost wax casting technique, bronze molds are crafted to encase paraffin candles, embodying the cyclical transformations of elemental forces and diverse states of matter.
Paraffin, aluminum, bronze, glass
Myrkur is a Danish black metal band led by singer Amalie Bruun.
Album cover for Myrkur’s new album Spine coming out on October 20 via Relapse Records.
Created and captured surrealistic metal spine creature out of forest depths.
3D sculpture photographed on the forest floor
Myrkur’s single Skadi cover.
Myrkur logo & typeface
Flying Wheels questions the turn and spin of our lives, what is under our control, and what is up to kismet. Historically the first wheel was made of wood. Flying Wheels reconnects the forgotten material of the past and references the cosmological wheel of time, the great cosmic loom that weaves the great pattern, using people's lives as threads. Wheels spin the hour of speed, tires bump, and bubble, people's lives rotate, and set off into the flight of the unknown time ahead.
Dimensions: 130cm (H) x 85cm (W) x 25cm (D) / 51.2" (H) x 33.5" (W) x 9.8" (D)
Bare weeping silver birch branches were willowing in December winds as I stared out of my quarantine window.