Pentacopter - Nemo Gould
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Pentacopter

I like to think of this sculpture as one of Leonardo DaVinci’s rejected ideas. Conceived after a night of drinking, the master thought better of the design, and tore the page from his notebook in disgust. Centuries later the page was discovered behind a bookcase and brought to life by a mediocre artist.

Pentacopter

Year:

2016

Dimensions:

50" x 31" x 21"

Materials:

Mandolin, scroll saw, model airplane engine and propellors, aircraft flex cables, bean scoop, film projector parts, binocular eyepiece, coat rack, indicator light covers, motors, LEDs, found objects and machined aluminum and brass.

Photos: Anja Ulfeldt

Category
Featured, Locomotion