David Moreno

David Moreno

Spain • Born in: 1978

Emerging artists

Sculptors

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Spanish artists

In his sculptures, David Moreno builds imaginary architectures. To contemplate his pieces is to get lost in them. To the aesthetic experience must be added the reflective one. Moreno's architectures tell us about human relationships: the bonds we establish, the interconnections, the flows of energy, love or power between people.

Moreno sees our links, affiliations and phobias with those thin lines that unite us to others or to ourselves. But that is just my interpretation, each one will find its own significance for those piano strings, flexible but strong, interconnecting the elements together. His work is meticulous: every line welded with a silver thread point. Dot by dot, just how human bonds are built. Although mine is not a capricious interpretation, as the titles of his pieces guide us in this sense: Between one and another, We go from one to another, Together or From small one to the big one, to mention just a few examples.

David Moreno explores new territories. On the one hand, experimentation with color to add another dimension to his sculpture. On the other hand, he goes a little further in the construction of imaginary spaces. In one of his new series, Connection of cathedral, the house disappears and in its place appears the stairs and the Romanic porticos. Flexible ties are replaced by rigid steps. The relationship is another one. The descents and ascents can have multiple interpretations: from the mystical experience to the structures of power.

It could be said that its spaces, those small houses drawn in the air with piano strings and steel rods, are spaces that represent us, with which we can identify ourselves. We are inside the house and we are the house, at the same time: the inhabited becomes inhabitant.

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Floating favelas, blue community I, David Moreno

Floating favelas, blue community I

David Moreno

Design - 21.7 x 13.8 x 9.4 inch

$4,873

Loops Infinito III, David Moreno

Loops Infinito III

David Moreno

Sculpture - 24.8 x 13.8 x 6.7 inch

$2,769

Floating favelas, El dorado en expansion_II, David Moreno

Floating favelas, El dorado en expansion_II

David Moreno

Sculpture - 23.6 x 25.6 x 9.4 inch

$6,091

Floating favelas, Blue tower_III, David Moreno

Floating favelas, Blue tower_III

David Moreno

Sculpture - 32.3 x 11.8 x 11.8 inch

$4,142

En comunidad Raw_I, David Moreno

En comunidad Raw_I

David Moreno

Sculpture - 26 x 37.8 x 12.6 inch

$10,843

Floating favelas, El dorado en expansion_I, David Moreno

Floating favelas, El dorado en expansion_I

David Moreno

Sculpture - 26.4 x 24 x 9.8 inch

$6,091

Subir o bajar_III, David Moreno

Subir o bajar_III

David Moreno

Sculpture - 18.9 x 7.9 x 23.6 inch

Price upon request

Golden Floating Favelas, David Moreno

Golden Floating Favelas

David Moreno

Sculpture - 23.6 x 23.6 x 11.8 inch

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Floating favelas, Red tower_I, David Moreno

Floating favelas, Red tower_I

David Moreno

Sculpture - 35 x 10.2 x 10.2 inch

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Floating favelas, XV, David Moreno

Floating favelas, XV

David Moreno

Sculpture - 18.9 x 18.9 x 9.4 inch

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Pequena comunidad El dorado III, David Moreno

Pequena comunidad El dorado III

David Moreno

Sculpture - 22.8 x 11 x 27.6 inch

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Floating Favelas XIII, David Moreno

Floating Favelas XIII

David Moreno

Sculpture - 29.1 x 20.5 x 11 inch

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Conexión de catedral_La puerta de atrás, David Moreno

Conexión de catedral_La puerta de atrás

David Moreno

Sculpture - 47.2 x 26 x 11.8 inch

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Floating favelas, Red expansion_I, David Moreno

Floating favelas, Red expansion_I

David Moreno

Sculpture - 23.6 x 21.3 x 11 inch

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Horizontal favelas_I, David Moreno

Horizontal favelas_I

David Moreno

Sculpture - 23.6 x 28.7 x 9.1 inch

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Horizontal landscape_III, David Moreno

Horizontal landscape_III

David Moreno

Sculpture - 23.6 x 37 x 9.1 inch

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Who is the artist?

In his sculptures, David Moreno builds imaginary architectures. To contemplate his pieces is to get lost in them. To the aesthetic experience must be added the reflective one. Moreno's architectures tell us about human relationships: the bonds we establish, the interconnections, the flows of energy, love or power between people.

Moreno sees our links, affiliations and phobias with those thin lines that unite us to others or to ourselves. But that is just my interpretation, each one will find its own significance for those piano strings, flexible but strong, interconnecting the elements together. His work is meticulous: every line welded with a silver thread point. Dot by dot, just how human bonds are built. Although mine is not a capricious interpretation, as the titles of his pieces guide us in this sense: Between one and another, We go from one to another, Together or From small one to the big one, to mention just a few examples.

David Moreno explores new territories. On the one hand, experimentation with color to add another dimension to his sculpture. On the other hand, he goes a little further in the construction of imaginary spaces. In one of his new series, Connection of cathedral, the house disappears and in its place appears the stairs and the Romanic porticos. Flexible ties are replaced by rigid steps. The relationship is another one. The descents and ascents can have multiple interpretations: from the mystical experience to the structures of power.

It could be said that its spaces, those small houses drawn in the air with piano strings and steel rods, are spaces that represent us, with which we can identify ourselves. We are inside the house and we are the house, at the same time: the inhabited becomes inhabitant.

When was David Moreno born?

The year of birth of the artist is: 1978