Passionate about fossils and the origins of life, Wayne Fischer quickly turned his creativity towards sculpture and chose his favorite material, porcelain. Interested in living things, he seeks to create works that surprise, question, and move. The porcelain work suggests life that throbs. The texture with fine cracks evokes human skin, veins and muscles protruding under the skin, or the organic curves of a matrix.
I use the plasticity of porcelain to make the most lifelike organic forms possible. I am fascinated by the origins of life.
The piece is deliberately abstract so as to give free rein to a multitude of interpretations. Between abstraction and figuration, the imagination can create the strongest dream images.
Lauréat de la récompense Talents d’exception du Prix Liliane Bettencourt pour l’Intelligence de la Main® 2012