The sculpture will now travel to the new Love & Art Foundation’s Arts Center in Jatai, Brazil. The form represents an open stairway to the sky — an inspiring thought and empowering message for the children who are attending the art school.
The sculpture piece consists of assembled QuaDror squares, clustered in a way to form an open stairway to the sky. The QuaDror geometry is one that Dror discovered in 2006 and which he has since investigated in a cross-disciplinary and collaborative environment. The unique geometry has unfolded a wide scope of advantages for construction that lead to design application ideas for product and architecture.
Dror says of his creation:
I feel like I never left the imaginary world in which I would find inspiration when I was a child. It was fed by images of Rodin’s sculpture, paintings and colors from old European masters that I would find and collect. I was constantly drawing and dreaming. I am the same today actually. I only have more references and sources of inspiration, as well as more knowledge and access to execute and materialize my visions. I am an advocate and a true believer of the importance of artistic education for the healthy growth of one’s mind. For this, I am honored and pleased to be able to contribute to the Love & Art Children’s Foundation educative platform in Brazil. It feels great to know that my artistic expression can be part of the educational environment of the Love & Art school and that it may inspire the students and help them feel that sky is the limit.
My sculpture is a bridge between creative vision and technical execution, and metaphorically it means to bridge the ground to the sky as an open stairway. I wish to inspire children’s creativity and dreams with it.
Photos courtesy of Dror.