Rhino - Zero

Rhino - Zero
Artist: Otto Schade
Sponsor: Cantina Bar & Kitchen

The artist started using this style because he wanted to see inside shapes. At the same time, for him, the ribbons mean connection. The shape is easily recognisable as a rhino wrapped in ribbons, but you can see inside the rhino and right through the rhino, so there is a sort of void inside this animal. It’s a rhino shape formed by the ribbons but there is no rhino. 

About the artist
Otto is a Chilean-German Artist, Architect and Urban Sculptor who has been living in Europe since 2004. He has painted since 1996 exhibiting his work in collectives and solo exhibitions in Chile, Germany, US, England, Japan, Netherlands, China, Sweden, Russia and France.


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