THE ROLLING BONES
Indian artist Jitish Kallat's giant sculptures bring together the biological and the mechanical on a scale that would make H.R. Giger proud. For his Bone Vehicle series, now on display at Art Stage Singapore and presented by ARNDT, Berlin, Kallat mixes prehistoric fossils with modern machinery in a mashup of epic proportions. Check out the images below.
Pictured above: "Aquasaurus" sculpture by Jitish Kallat. Painted resin over a steel frame.
Pictured above: The ribcage and teeth of Jitish Kallat's "Aquasaurus."
Pictured above: "Aquasaurus" straddles the realms of Auto-Expo and Natural History Museum.
Pictured above: "Ignitaurus"-- life-size "bone cycle" made of resin, steel, paint and brass.
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All images courtesy of ARNDT, Berlin
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