Philip Metten - INNERCOMA

Philip Metten - INNERCOMA

In the early phase of ‘art in public space’ (initiated in 2009), Z33 went into high gear by transforming its own building into art. In 2010 Philip Metten (°1977, B) transformed the central wing Vleugel ’58 into a giant sculpture, titled ‘INNERCOMA’. Philip Metten combined the iconography of ancient visual languages with the use of contemporary media to create a work with a distinctly futuristic feel. For Philip Metten his sculptures are an alibi for social interaction.

For this edition he has placed an iconic image from ‘INNERCOMA’ on a T-shirt, a garment recognizable to all social groups.

INNERCOMA, 2012, limited edition of 30

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